Rhys Coren at Bluecoat Liverpool

Opening Thursday 20 July –  Abacus is an interactive exhibition that encourages visitors of all ages to break the traditional rules of a contemporary art space. The exhibition features Rhys Coren, Tom & Simon Bloor, Polly Brannan, Fran Disley, Kevin Hunt, Anssi Kasitonni, Yusuke Mashiba, Trine Lise Nedreaas, Emily Speed, Mark Simmonds, … Continue reading Rhys Coren at Bluecoat Liverpool

Patrick Goddard in conversation with Isabella Maidment, Assistant Curator of Performance, Tate Modern

Questions, Answers & Evasions Thursday 18th May 2017 7pm at Seventeen   The gallery will exhibit The Go Professional Trilogy within their installation environments until 7pm, followed by a Q&A. Additionally the short film Difficulties in Impression Management (Goddard, 2013/16, 14’00”) will be screened as part of the conversation. Patrick Goddard, Tune into Sanity FM! Installation view, 2017

Sophie Michael on Resonance ‘Studio Visit’

Wednesday 1st of February 8-9pm, Sophie Michael will participate to a ‘Studio Visit’ session with Morgan Quaintance on Resonance 104.4FM.  https://studiovisitshow.com/category/series-twelve/ Studio Visit is an hour-long, interviews-based radio programme, featuring international contemporary artists, writers, theorists and musicians. Broadcast weekly on Resonance 104.4FM.

Seventeen NYC Holiday Hours

Seventeen NYC will be closed Thursday 24th & Friday 25th November 2016 for Thanksgiving Holidays. The gallery will be open on Saturday & Sunday on regular hours. 

David Blandy at Tate Modern

David Blandy and Larry Achiampong will present their film ‘Finding Fanon Part Three: Prologue’ at Tate Modern on Tuesday 6th December, 19:30-20:30, with live music and spoken word. Incorporating music, spoken word and large-scale video projection, the performance reflects on how the politics of race affect relationships in an age of technology and … Continue reading David Blandy at Tate Modern

Seventeen at Frieze London

Seventeen will present a solo booth by Jon Rafman at Frieze London 2016. The work will be comprised of a large sculptural installation with a virtual reality component. Find us at booth G24. For visitor information see: https://frieze.com  

Employment Opportunity

Seventeen is looking for a experienced, hands-on gallery director for our London gallery space. For more information and details of how to apply see http://www.artsjobs.org.uk/arts-job/post/gallery-director-2/    

Hannah Perry at Arsenal, Montreal

Alongside Ed Fornieles and Matt Goerzen, Hannah Perry is showing new installations and films at Arsenal, Montreal. For more information about the exhibition I feel we think bad see www.arsenalmontreal.com  

Graham Dolphin at the Tyneside Cinema

Graham Dolphin’s new film ‘161 Feet (Lesser Free Trade Hall, 1976)’ will be showing at The Gallery Tyneside Cinema, coinciding with new work on show at NGCA Sunderland. Click here for more information. Open daily 29 July – 7 September 2016, 11:00-17:00 Preview: Thursday 28 July 2016, 17:30 – 19:30  

Sophie Michael at Tate Britain

Sophie Michael’s solo exhibition,  Trip (the Light Fantastic), will be on display at Art Now at Tate Britain from 11th July to 30th October 2016. See www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-britain/display/sophie-michael-trip-light-fantastic for more information.

Jon Rafman at Berlin Biennale IX and Manifesta 11

Jon Rafman is participating to 9th Berlin Biennale, Pariser Platz, Berlin, open 4th April to 18th September 2016, and Manifesta 11, Zurich, open 11th June to 18th September 2016. For more info: http://bb9.berlinbiennale.de/ http://m11.manifesta.org/en

Oliver Laric at Vienna Secession

Oliver Laric’s solo exhibition Photoplastik transforms the Secession’s main hall into a sculptural grand assembly, bringing together works across the ages from antiquity to the present. Most of the 3D-printed objects bear a close relationship to Vienna, where Laric took his 3D scanner to public settings as well as renowned institutions … Continue reading Oliver Laric at Vienna Secession

Graham Dolphin at CGP London

Graham Dolphin will be exhibiting in the group show Brink//at CGP London. The show is curated by Matt Carter and includes artists Jean-Paul Kelly, Gil Leung, Priit Parn, Eric Pauwels, Chris Saunders, Lucy Skaer. 24 March – 17 April 2016 PV 19 March 2-5pm www.cgplondon.org

David Blandy at BFI

Finding Fanon by Larry Achiampong & David Blandy will be screened as part of the programme Second Sight at BFI Southbank, Sunday 18 October 2015. Tickets on sale from 17th September 2015. Finding Fanon is the first part in a series of works by artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy; inspired by the … Continue reading David Blandy at BFI

Uriel Orlow at Castello di Rivoli

Uriel Orlow will have a solo exhibition at the Castello di Rivoli, curated by Marcella Beccaria. The exhibit, titled Made/Unmade, runs from 26th June to 25th October 2015. For more information see www.castellodirivoli.org  

Uriel Orlow at Kunsthaus Zürich

Uriel Orlow will be exhibiting at Kunsthaus Zürich in the exhibition Europe – The Future of History from 12th June to 6th September 2015. The exhibition features over 60 artists including works by Joseph Beuys, Max Ernst,  Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Martin Kippenberger and Paul Klee. Orlow will also hold an artist’s talk on Wed … Continue reading Uriel Orlow at Kunsthaus Zürich

Uriel Orlow at John Hansard Gallery

John Hansard Gallery will hold a solo exhibition by Uriel Orlow  from 3rd March to 25th April 2015. More information about the exhibition, titled Unmade Film, can be found at their website here.

Sophie Michael in the 30th Hamburg International Short Film Festival

Sophie Michael is showing in 30th Hamburg International Short Film Festival. The film programme is curated by Anna Gritz and also includes work by Jenna Bliss, Cecelia Condit, Keren Cytter, Manon de Boer, Cecile B Evans, Loretta Fahrenholz, Richard Sides/Stuart Middleton, and Frances Stark. For more details go to: http://festival.shortfilm.com/en/programm/special-programshymes/gallery-l-before-k/

Oliver Laric at Hirshhorn Museum

Oliver Laric has a solo exhibition at The Hirshhorn in Washington, DC from 30th May to 5th October 2014.  For more information see www.hirshhorn.si.edu

Oliver Laric at Entrée, Bergen.

Oliver Laric has a solo project at Entrée in Bergen, opening Thursday 22nd May, 2014. For more info see www.entreebergen.no

Sachin Kaeley at CFA, Berlin

Sachin Kaeley is exhibiting new works at Contemporary Fine Arts Galerie in Berlin. The exhibition titled Maximalism also features Borden Capalino, Rosy Keyser, Sam Moyer, and Kaari Upson and runs from 2nd May to 7th June 2014. For more information see www.cfa-berlin.de/exhibitions/maximalism

Sophie Michael screening at Images Festival

Sophie Michael will be screening work in Film Program In Which There Appear Colour Bars, Greek Pop Songs, Didactic Eye-makeup, Etc as part of the Images Festival. The festival is the largest festival in North America for experimental and independent moving image culture. For further information see http://www.imagesfestival.com/calendar.php?event_id=1264

Oliver Laric on Kaleidoscope Videoclub

Oliver Laric is taking part in the inaugural exhibition on Kaleidoscope Videoclub, a new online platform dedicated to artist videos and experimental film.  #VOICEOVER features works by Ed Atkins, Ian Cheng, Aurélien Froment, Camille Henrot, Oliver Laric, Mark Leckey, Helen Marten, Laure Prouvost, Rachel Reupke, Arin Rungjang, Richard Sides, John Smith, Hito Steyerl and … Continue reading Oliver Laric on Kaleidoscope Videoclub

Graham Dolphin at Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art

Graham Dolphin’s exhibition at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art in Sunderland has been extended unto 22nd February 2014. The exhibition features a newly commissioned two channel video work, initiated by curator Nathalie Levi. For more information see www.ngca.co.uk

Susan Collis in Lifelike at Phoenix Art Museum

Susan Collis has works in the touring exhibition, Lifelike, which opens on 5th february at Phoenix Art Museum. The show features artworks from fifty five artists, including Gerhard Richter, Vija Celmins, Fischli and Weiss, Charles Ray and Robert Gober. For further information see www.phxart.org

Oliver Laric 3D Scans

Oliver Laric’s project at The Collection, Lincoln is now online. Laric was awarded the Contemporary Art Society Annual Award in 2012, with a project that involves scanning works from the museum collection and publishing the resulting 3D models online. These digital models are available to download and use, free from … Continue reading Oliver Laric 3D Scans

A talk by Uriel Orlow at ICA, London

Uriel Orlow will be giving a talk at ICA, London on 27th September. For further informatiion and to book tickets see their website: http://www.ica.org.uk/39011/Talks/Culture-Now-Uriel-Orlow.html

David Blandy, Anjin 1600: Edo Wonderpark

David Blandy has a solo exhibition, Anjin 1600: Edo Wonderpark at Create London at the Rose Lipman Building from 13th September-26th October 2013. For further details see http://www.createlondon.org/event/anjin-1600-edo-wonderpark-david And for a related interview with Blandy in Time Out see http://www.timeout.com/london/art/meet-the-artist-david-blandy

A talk by David Raymond Conroy

As part of his current solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford, David Raymond Conroy is presenting a talk, this Thursday 5th September. For more information see their website http://www.modernartoxford.org.uk/whats-on/ppe-or-i-am-blind-and-it-is-spring/about/

Uriel Orlow at Bergen Assembly

Uriel Orlow will be exhibiting new works as part of Monday Begins on Saturday, the first edition of Bergen Assembly. For more details see en.bergenassembly.no

Oliver Laric at Kestnergesellschaft, Hanover

Oliver Laric will be showing new work at the Kestnergesellschaft in Hanover as part of a group exhibition titled Der Schein. The show will run from 23rd August to 3rd November 2013 and features work by John Armleder, Bernadette Corporation, Joseph Beuys, Max Bill, Constantin Brâncuși, James Lee Byars, Thomas Demand, Fischbecker Kopf, Sylvie Fleury, Isa Genzken, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Manuel Gorkiewicz, Andreas Gursky, Damien Hirst, Katarina … Continue reading Oliver Laric at Kestnergesellschaft, Hanover

David Blandy at Aspex Gallery

David Blandy will be exhibiting Background at Aspex Gallery, Southsea. Preview: Thursday 18 July 2013, 6-8pm. Artist Talk: Wednesday 14 August, 6pm. “For this exhibition David has commissioned his father to produce a series of pastel landscapes, based on appropriated images. This employment of virtual scenes produced by a third, … Continue reading David Blandy at Aspex Gallery

Oliver Laric – A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial

Oliver Laric has work at the International Center for Photography as part of A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial, curated by Kristen Luben, Christopher Phillips, Carol Squires and Joanna Lehan. The exhibition features 28 international artists who employ photography, film, video and interactive media. For more details see www.icp.org/museum/exhibitions/icp-triennial-2013 … Continue reading Oliver Laric – A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial

Seventeen at Frieze New York

Seventeen will be showing a curated booth of Constantin Brancusi, David Raymond Conroy, Oliver Laric and Jon Rafman for Frieze New York 2013. http://friezenewyork.com

Oliver Laric in Mousse

In conversation with Thomas Bayrle. For further information see: http://moussemagazine.it/articolo.mm?id=911

Jon Rafman at The New Museum

Jon Rafman and Rosa Aiello have a work on view as part of the New Museum’s online curatorial program. For more information and to view the work see www.newmuseum.org/exhibitions/view/jon-rafman-and-rosa-aiello-remember-carthage

David Raymond Conroy performance

David Raymond Conroy will be contributing to Jerusalem II and will give a new talk Do You (cover) at the Showroom Cinema, Sheffield on Saturday at 11.15 am. For further info see http://www.tillwehavebuilt.com/index.php/chapterii/

Susan Collis at New Orleans Museum of Art

Susan Collis has several works on show as part of the exhibition Lifelike, initiated by The Walker Art Centre, at New Orleans Museum of Art until 27th January 2013. For more information see www.noma.org/exhibitions/detail/53/Lifelike

Oliver Laric at Munich Kunstverein

Oliver Laric is part of the exhibition The Imaginary Museum at Munich Kunstverein from 14th July to 9th September 2012, alongside Mark Leckey, James Richards, Becky Beasley, Eric Bell, Kristoffer Frick, Sean Snyder, Simon Martin, Jimmy Robert and Ed Atkins. For further details see www.kunstverein-muenchen.de/en/theimaginarymuseum