Sevven is an interdisciplinary artist that lives and works in Birmingham.
Her practice takes form using predominately photographic mediums.
The aesthetic of her works are heavily influenced by pre-contemporary art, in particular the symbolism involved with vanitas, memento mori, Dutch still life and the work of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood. The ideologies focus on linking mortality and memory into narratives, using her own experiences and cultural differences to sculpt themselves into the product of her works.
In recent years, Sevven has launched an independent, artist led gallery called T Street Gallery.
Education BA Hons Fine Art
BIAD School of Art: Margaret St, Birmingham City Uni
Rome University of Fine Arts, Erasmus placement
BTEC National Diploma in Foundation Studies - Distinction
BIAD School of Art: Bournville, Birmingham City University
Sin Can Not Enter - Study of Truth
New Street Station, Birmingham
Collection of Works - Grove Cottage - Coventry Heritage Weekend
Study of Truth - ArtHug Exhibition, Grand Mosque of Rome, Italy
Sin Can Not Enter - Study of Truth - Intermission
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK
Çiçeklerin Taht’ı (Ascension of the Flowers)
Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, Leamington Spa
'Still Life With Apples But No Oranges' - 'Earthly Pleasures'
SALON, Waterhall Gallery, Birmingham
Parallax, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London
Acceptance Series - Still Life With Apples But No Oranges
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham
‘ISIS' - One Leg Supporting The Weight Of The Body, The Other Slightly Bent
Croome National Trust, Worcestershire
"Still Life With Apples - But No Oranges"
Gothic Exhibition, Library of Birmingham
'Beauty' - 'Brevity of Life' - “Knowledge'
New Art West Midlands, Wolverhampton Art Gallery
New Art West Midlands, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham
'Omen of Death’
New Art West Midlands, The Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry
School of Art Margaret St, BIAD, Birmingham
'I Can't Protect You'
Limit The Expansion, School of Art Margaret St, BIAD, Birmingham
'The Invisible Worm'
Rome University of Fine Arts, Rome, Italy
’Self Portrait Series' (Magpie Project)
Premio Internazionale Limen Arte Exhibition, Palazzo Comunale E.Gagliardi, Vibo Valentia, Italy
'Aile Oykusu' (A Family History)
Anticurate Art Exhibition, MAC Arts Gallery, Birmingham
Sep - Oct 2015 Whitworth Walis Residency - Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
Nov 2015 Artist Residency - Leamington Spa Museum and Art Gallery
New Art West Midlands 2015
Prize Winner- awarded by the Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry & Turning Point West Midlands
Premio Internazionale Limen Arte 2012:
Extra Special Mention for ‘Promising Artist’ for high content of creative originality and quality of style and semantics
PRS Review, Vol. XXIV, No. 2, Summer 2016
New Art West Midlands 2015, Tuckey Print, Birmingham, in an edition of 1000
Premio Internazionale Limen Arte 2012, Rubettino, IV Edizione.
Parkside Platform - bcu.ac.uk
NEW ART WEST MIDLANDS: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD - SEVVEN KUCUK - tpwestmidlands.org.uk
New Art West Midlands 2015: Shortlist of 30 Emerging Artists - Aesthetica Magazine
Birmingham Weekly Arts Roundup Jan 29 - Feb 4 - BrumNotes Magazine
New Art West Midlands 2015 - Fused Magazine
Prize Winner Announced - newartwestmidlands.org
Coming Up In The West Midlands - Contemporary Visual Arts Network
New Art West Midlands Press Release- newartwestmidlands.org
New Art West Midlands to Unveil the Stars of the Future- Birmingham Post
Best emerging artists get chance to exhibit at major galleries again- Birmingham Post
Limen Arte Exhibizione Press Release- Premio Internazionale Limen Atre 2012
Premio Internazionale Limen Arte 2012- Pittorica
Notizie d'avvenimenti artistici, mostre d'Arte- Guardia Lombardi on the Art