I’ve followed Seventeen closely since it was established in 2006 by former artist David Hoyland at 17 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch – retaining the name when it edged into Dalston by moving a mile up the road to the less snappily numbered block 270-276.
In A Man Digging, Jon Rafman engages with the emotional and perceptual experience of a present-day explorer as he navigates virtual worlds.
In David Blandy’s latest film a pair of figures walk and converse through a series of animated landscapes
Alongside Oliver Laric’s contribution to Frieze Projects, his exhibition Diamond Grill is at Seventeen Gallery on Kingsland Road and the… Read More
17th Feb to 2nd April 2011 Sean is a 14-minute interview film made by Ralph Arlyck. It takes as its… Read More
Strange Attractor is Reynolds’ second solo exhibit for the gallery, and in a number of tangential developments from her previous… Read More
The work of independent filmmaker David Markey (b. 1963) is defined by an indefatigable DIY attitude. Self taught, he produced… Read More
FLYERSHEEPFLAGSELF WEDNESDAY 8TH JUL – SATURDAY 1ST AUG 2009 For this group show in four parts, the artists will consecutively… Read More
PAUL B. DAVIS [BEIGE] DEFINE YOUR TERMS (OR KANYE WEST FUCKED UP MY SHOW)PRIVATE VIEW – Thursday 28th May
WEDNESDAY 27TH MAY – SATURDAY 4TH JUL 2009 Paul B. Davis ; probing, contemplative second solo show at SEVENTEEN represents… Read More
info:www.seventeengallery.com It was the beginning of cable television and as such probably the first opportunity, and maybe the last, to… Read More
NICKY DEELEY PING PING PING WEDNESDAY 10TH DEC – SATURDAY 24TH JAN 2009 PRIVATE VIEW – Thursday 11th Seventeen is… Read More
WEDNESDAY 10TH SEP – SATURDAY 18TH OCT 2008 SEVENTEEN GALLERY John Samson (1946 – 2004) was an extraordinary British filmmaker…. Read More
PRIVATE VIEW – Thursday 11th Sep For SWEAT, Susan Collis' second solo exhibition at SEVENTEEN, the intense labour underpinning much… Read More