NO:ID Gallery 2005 - 2011

NO:ID Gallery was a creative hub and an art venue in East London, starting up in a former council housing office in Shoreditch, and enjoying a second incarnation in the entrance area of a private building in Whitechapel. The project ran between 2005 and 2011. During this time, we served as creative venue for both spacial and time-based art, fine artists, multi-media artists and avant-garde musicians with considerable success in terms of publicity and creativity.

London Hackspace

A really cool resource for all things computer, production, and skill exchange, in Dalston / Hoxton.


Passing Clouds

Lovely venue with an alternative touch, living room atmosphere, music is mainly afro-beat, reaggae, or gipsy-swing. We've printed t-shirts for them a long time ago.

The Castle

Seriously nice pub run by a young arty team of irish origin, with a cool function room and a smile on the face. Perfect place for the pint after the private view and open until... can't remember...

44 Commercial Road
London E1 1LN

020 7481 2361

The Others

Rooted in the Stoke Newington heartland of N16 above Stoke Newington Church Street The Others is a multifunctional space allowing for the realisation of a wide variety of peoples ideas from Tai Chi to fencing through to photography and comedy. From the front door there are easy links to Finsbury Park tube and Liverpool Street via Stoke Newington Station BR and a wide selection of buses to/from Angel,Kings Cross, The West end and beyond.

The Others website

RED Gallery

pop up shop / gallery


1-3 Rivington St

London EC2

New Space?

NO:ID Gallery has held weekly or bi-weekly changing exhibitions in a variety of venues - over 70 exhibitions so far.

We are now open for proposals for new spaces to set up art exhibitions, and organise accompanying live art events.

What is required?

  • white walls and appropriate lights
  • management commitment to the arts
  • safe space, somehow neutral enough to allow for changing exhibitions
  • a space to securely store art works during changeovers
  • a coffee machine
  • invigilation / the space must be manned.

31 Commercial Road - SUSPENDED

As by today, Sunday 21st 2010, we are sorry to announce that we can not exhibit in 31 Commercial Road any more.

The venue got flooded due to a leaking roof that had not been fixed for about a month or so. The water finally went into the floor boards which started to come of and started flowing into the electrics of the cafe's food storage underneath.

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