Join us for Changing Landscapes: An audio-visual installation

In the Wauters Farm installment of their Changing Landscapes series, Los Angeles based art collective ARTHUR KING travels to a small family farm in rural Iowa in order to gather audio and video field recordings and reuse them creatively in a large-scale, improvisational visual art and music performance within the same setting. These musical and visual experiments incorporate an artistic methodology that aims to create a deeper connection to our surroundings and ourselves. 

We are happy to host this immersive installation at 1700 Naud, starting on June 14th at 7pm.

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Dylan Forever

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We had a bunch of stuff go down at 1700 Naud over the last three months, but easily the most outstanding of those happenings was a photo show we put together to celebrate the life, legacy and memory of our mate Dylan Rieder.

Photographers Atiba Jefferson, Ryan Allan, John Bradford, Jonathan Mehring, Andrew Peters, Chris Searl, Brian Kelley, and Mark Oblow exhibited a collection of incredible photos, which were auctioned off with the proceeds donated to City of Hope. A loop of Dylan’s video parts played on the wall, accompanied by live music performed by Cat Power, and it was an extraordinary night that honoured a truly extraordinary fella. Dylan Forever.


At the premiere of This Way

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One skateboarder, two surfers, and a stretch limo hit the East Coast of America for eight days–and the whole thing was caught on film.

Featuring Nora Vasconcellos, Laura Enever, and Jaleesa Vincent (and presented by Pabst Blue Ribbon and Patti People), This Way premiered at 1700 Naud last night before a huge and wildly enthusiastic audience. Rounding out the A+ viewing experience were cold cans of PBR, hot pizza from Pizzanista!, and music by the Deap Vally, Kim And The Created, and LA Witch. It was, in word, radical.

The night really was as good as it sounds, and we’ve got the photos to prove it below. But wait! There’s more—if you’re in New York, make sure you get down to our new spot 98 Orchard (at, you guessed it, 98 Orchard Street) on May 11th at 7 pm to be treated to the epic new film, free food and beers, and a performance by Brooklyn’s best, Surfbort.


The Doors of 98 Orchard are Now Open

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98 Orchard is off to a strong start.

Our new NYC gallery space ( in partnership with Pabst Blue Ribbon) kicked things off with a photo exhibition titled Untitled 01, featuring work from Ryan Allan, Cheryl Dunn, Jonathan Mehring, Andrew Peters, Giovanni Reda, Paul Garrrrr, Rafael Rios, Lele Saveri, and more.

As you can see, the world-class photos drew a huge crowd that spilled out onto the street and around the corner… to the conveniently located after party spot at The Flower Shop.

Thanks to everyone who came out to christen our slick new spot, and stay tuned for exciting things to come.

Photos by Morgan Rindengan


Come on over 'THIS WAY' on May 8th

We are excited to announce ‘THIS WAY’ film premiere featuring Nora Vasconcellos,  Laura Enever and Jaleesa Vincent. 'THIS WAY' is about one skateboarder, two surfers, one 1994 stretch limo, 120 cans of PBR, one long road down the east coast of the US, and 8 days of good times

A night presented by Patti People & Pabst Blue Ribbon. FREE show with free drinks & music by Deap Vally and Kim And The Created,  LA Witch.

MUST RSVP — Limited entry, come early!


1700 Naud Gets the Robbie Simon Treatment

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One of the best things about having a gallery is that sometimes, if we ask really nicely, artists will agree to paint our walls.

From Gonz to Gaijin, we’ve had no shortage of incredibly talented people creating full-scale murals on the side of 1700 Naud in DTLA, a tradition that’s been continued by none other than Mr. Robbie Simon. The LA native has created work for the likes of Allah-Las, Kevin Morby and Fleet Foxes, and lent his clean composition and colour-focused designs to brands such as Stussy, Vans, and Pitchfork.


While Robbie messed around on a scissor lift and brought one of our favourite murals at 1700 Naud to life, we asked him about his distinctive colour palette, turning two-inch sketches into two-storey artworks, and how he manages to keep those luscious locks so goddamn beautiful. Check it out, up top.