Postgraduate Art Auction 2013

Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design

Patrick Caulfield
  • Lot #: 11 / Artist: Patrick Caulfield
  • Title: Duck (family anatidae)
  • Edition: Edition of 80
  • Medium: Silkscreen
  • Size: 40.3 x 30.3 cm
  • Date: 1994
Ruth Connolly
  • Silent Auction #: 86 / Artist: Ruth Connolly
  • Title: Things Were Better Then
  • Edition: Edition 1/3
  • Medium: C-type print, framed
  • Size: 76.2 x 76.2 cm
  • Date: 2013
Susan Beattie
  • Silent Auction #: 40 / Artist: Susan Beattie
  • Title: Hypnagogia
  • Edition: Edition 3/5
  • Medium: Lithograph, framed
  • Size: 25 x 40 cm
  • Date: 2013
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  • Lot #: 21 / Artist: Cathy Lomax
  • Title: White 10
  • Edition: Unique
  • Medium: Oil and acrylic on paper, framed
  • Size: 40.5 x 29.5 cm
  • Date: 2010
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A big thank you to everyone who supported the 2013 Postgraduate Art Auction. It was a fantastic evening which raised an unprecedented £24,525.

We’ll update this page soon with the dates for the 2014 Auction and look forward to seeing you there!

The Art Auction Team

Lethaby Gallery

Central Saint Martins
University of the Arts London
Granary Building, 1 Granary Square
King’s Cross
London
N1C 4AA

Map here  http://www.csmartauction.org/location-map/

Auctioneer

Adrian Biddell, Head of Department, European Paintings, Sotheby’s

The funds raised from the annual Auction are of enormous value to our Postgraduate Art students.  UK Postgraduate students are required to make significant financial investment in order to pursue their studies, covering the cost of fees, accommodation and subsistence without the benefit of the deferred government loan that is available to UK undergraduate students.

In previous years the proceeds of the Auction have supported the cost of hiring an external venue for the interim exhibition.  They have also contributed to students’ final degree show installation and catalogue, and a critics’ feedback session that has become a regular event at the end of the year.  We are immensely grateful to the artists who have donated works this year and in previous years for their generosity that has had such a positive impact on the students’ practice.

Over the years the Auction has become an increasingly successful and popular event, and has always proved to be an exciting and fun occasion.