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Frost Street Art and Performance Space
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Williamsburg

ARTIST STATEMENT: Located in the heart of Williamsburg, BK, 17 Frost has fast become one of the most exciting and experimental show spaces in New York. Established by Steven Pacia and Javier Hernandex-Miyareds, 17 Frost encourages people from all walks to create and congregate. With a dynamic array of facilities and services, 17 Frost is able to support all forms of art and expression. The Goal of the Frost Collective is to provide the best platform possible to showcase the talents of artists worldwide. 17 Frost is a location as well as a group. Thanks to the building owner and founding members of 17 Frost, we are able to serve the neighborhood with 2500 square feet of showcase potential. Any artists that commits time and money to the cooperative will have the opportunity to receive the rewards of the space and group have to offer.

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Hansel & Gretel (17 Frost)

Indie Folk Musical By Carly and Chad Howard. Performed at Frost Street September 2010.

Hansel And Gretel at 17 Frost Street

Live at 17 Frost September 2010. Indie Folk Musical By Carly and Chad Howard. Performed at Frost Street September 2010.

Das Racist - Rapping 2 U Live @ Aakash Nihalani OVERLAP Afterparty

Aakash Nihalani had a sick solo show opening at Bose Pacia Gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn and them an afterparty at 17 Frost Gallery featuring kickass weed-rap group Das Racist.

Spending Time With Poster Boy

Poster Boy is a New York City based street artist. By using a razor, Poster Boy slices up advertisements in the subway system to create completely original works of art. Due to the illegal nature of his work, Poster Boy remains anonymous. You can find pictures of his work here: Shot and edited by Keith Haskel Music "Cuando Marvilla Fui" by El Guincho

Zipperhead First Narration (Rehearsal at 17 Frost)

Rehearsing Zipperhead at 17 Frost Williamsburg Brooklyn. A multi-media theater experience, featuring music from Sineparade and video art on three screens courtesy of Alex Itin, this show focuses on a banker who escaped the 9/11 attacks by being in a hotel banging his secretary instead of at his desk.Watch (and listen!) as the drama unfolds.

Bacalao sin Pan by Alejandro Lopez

Film by Alejandro Lopez Performance by Alejandro Lopez, with Alex Garcia on drums, and Javier Hernandez-Miyares on electric guitar.

Aakash Nihalani

Aakash Nihalani "Overlap" November 4 - December 18, 2010 at BOSE PACIA Aakash Nihalani's Overlap brings the possibilities of public space indoors and turns discrete linear square forms into active and organic compositions. Well-known for his frequent and impromptu public interventions of tape installation, Nihalani addresses the interconnected parts of the whole, both literally and metaphorically, in his newest exhibition. The show, which includes photography, sculpture, tape installation, painting, and interactive digital imagery, can be seen as a more permanent investigation into his existing conceptual framework.


647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217


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