Student-Led Exhibition Spotlights The Future Of Fashion
The first-ever exhibit by the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion Communication course will present work from emerging photographers, filmmakers and journalists at the Lethaby Gallery from 29 November to 4 December.
The Exhibitions Offering You A Slice of Culture This Winter
From various retrospectives to a Matty Bovan installation at NOW Gallery and the most important talks on AI, and NFTs, our winter exhibition guide promises to fulfil all your cultural needs, detailing events that look to the past, present and future.
The Gallery's Role In The Metaverse: Where Do We Go From Here?
The conflict between the potentials of digital art and the limitations of the spaces they're exhibited in is a convoluted one. Christina Donoghue investigates…
And The Thomas Burberry Prize Goes To...
In fashion's latest chapter of weaving itself into the world of fine art, the Thomas Burberry Royal Academy of Arts Prize has been awarded to artist Gaia Cains for her work 'Forgotten Cans'.
What Went Down At Frieze London 2021
Christina Donoghue reports on Frieze London 2021; from experiments in augmented reality to using art work to create alternative sounds.
SHOWstudio Turns 20: Meet The Archive and Gallery Team
SHOWstudio endeavours to always show behind the scenes, to show the studio. In the run-up to our 20th anniversary, members of the team share their thoughts and experiences of SHOWstudio.
Moving Kate Tokyo
The Mass gallery in Tokyo will present a SHOWstudio takeover between 30th June - 30th July. Featuring SHOWstudio's ‘Moving Kate’ exhibition, SHOWstudio 01 and a Nick Knight Roses Portfolio.
Fashion Flora presents an explorative look at the use of flowers as a motif in fashion throughout the decades, as seen by a selection of SHOWstudio's network of contemporary fashion illustrators. Depicted garments were hand-selected by Flora Starkey.
Kate Moss is one of SHOWstudio’s most prolific and valued contributors. Here, her many collaborations with Nick Knight and SHOWstudio are celebrated.
Drawing From the Archive
This exhibition explores SHOWstudio’s long history of championing and showcasing fashion illustration, exploring how the medium can translate across various different formats and can be produced using a variety of different techniques and technologies.
A Beautiful Darkness
Following on the success of SHOWstudio and Veuve Clicquot’s collaborative event, A Beautiful Darkness, which took place at the old Central Saint Martins building on Southampton Row in October 2015, SHOWstudio were pleased to present a focused version...
Contemporary Fashion Illustration Exhibition
SHOWstudio presents an exhibition of 150 contemporary fashion illustrations by 32 artists. As a key advocate of the discipline, we have gathered a community of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators.
Nick Knight & Alexander McQueen
SHOWstudio presents an exhibition of Nick Knight’s fine art prints. Curated by Carrie Scott to celebrate Knight's dynamic collaborations with Alexander McQueen, and to coincide with the opening of Savage Beauty at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
SHOWcabinet: Anj Smith
Anj Smith's paintings do not succumb to easy categorisation. A single golden hair painted minutely, is as likely to appear as a rock face hacked from crude impasto slabs.
SHOWcabinet: Noritaka Tatehana
Noritaka Tatehana is lauded as one of the most important shoe designers of our time. He mines Japan's vast cultural heritage to produce shoes that re-think the very notion of the 'high-heel'.
SHOWcabinet: Shaun Leane
SHOWstudio launched the first major exhibition dedicated to fine artisan jeweller Shaun Leane. The show offered an unprecedented opportunity to delve into the psyche of Britain's leading avant-garde jewellery house.
William S. Burroughs Portraits 1975-1995 by Kate Simon
SHOWstudio Shop hosted a solo exhibition of portraits of William S. Burroughs by Kate Simon to celebrate the occasion of his centenary. The exhibition marked the debut release of Simon’s 'Cibachrome Edition' portfolio.
SHOWcabinet: Maison Martin Margiela
Maison Martin Margiela's SHOWcabinet exhibition was centred around memory. It explored the pivotal role of scent in triggering reminiscence and featured Margiela's 'Replica' range of fragrances.
The Photography of Punk
For SHOWstudio's Punk exhibition, Nick Knight traced the images and objects which defined the punk aesthetic, and honed its legacy.
SHOWcabinet: Iris Van Herpen
Iris van Herpen's SHOWcabinet presented a world where time dissolves and disciplines intertwine. Van Herpen's collaborative approach to her couture has resulted in collections that defy categorisation.
The term 'prosthetic' is now attributed to the branch of surgery dedicated to replacing missing or defective limbs, but to the Ancient Greeks it was an altogether more assertive concept meaning 'to add', 'to advance' or 'to give power to'.
SHOWcabinet: Daphne Guinness
Described in equal measure as an artist, writer and muse, the Honourable Daphne Guinness used SHOWstudio's cabinet to present her own contemporary, romantic vision of the world.
Nick Knight: Flora
For the past three decades Nick Knight has defined the cultural vision of a generation. Consistently challenging conventional notions of beauty, Knight reinterpreted the boundaries of contemporary fashion photography.