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RCA Graduation Show 2017

From June 25 to July 2, graduates from the RCA in London will be putting their best foot forward in this year’s highly anticipated graduation show.

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One of the highlights on the circuit of art and design school graduation shows is always the Royal College of Art (RCA) in London. With its extensive range of disciplines, from vehicle design and innovation, through traditional design disciplines such as products, textiles and jewellery, to fine art and critical writing, the diversity of output is always a treat.

Open from June 25 to July 2 at the Battersea and Kensington campuses, this year also sees the first time the architecture department will show offsite and the second that the fashion show repurposes an alternative venue. Visitors will discover the best in emerging research and practice, formal advancements and new modes of expression from the school’s MA, MPhil and PhD students. Here’s a sneak preview to whet your appetite.

Untitled performance by Fritz Faust
Untitled performance by Fritz Faust
La Luna Esta Muerta performance by Fritz Faust
La Luna Esta Muerta performance by Fritz Faust
Gravtias I Lublin performance by Fritz Faust
Gravtias I Lublin performance by Fritz Faust
Clare Baybutt
Clare Baybutt
Anna Chrysopoulo. Photo: Ester Segarra
Anna Chrysopoulo. Photo: Ester Segarra
Juliette Poggi
Juliette Poggi
Jade Blackstock
Jade Blackstock
Rhine Bernardino
Rhine Bernardino
Rhine Bernardino
Rhine Bernardino
Rhine Bernardino
Rhine Bernardino
Anna Grey
Anna Grey
Luke Wilmshurst
Luke Wilmshurst
Jun Kyu Kim
Jun Kyu Kim
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