Antlers Bath

Antlers Bath is a new venture which sees us collaborate with Bath based entrepreneur Geoffrey Breeze on a series of three solo shows this Autumn Winter.

Antlers will be programming and producing the shows and Geoffrey will be at the space running the gallery.

Earlier this summer Geoffrey approached us about using his space on Margret’s Buildings – ‘Bath’s sexiest street’ as he calls it and when we saw the space we could not resist. Margret’s Buildings is a small, pedestrianized street between The Circus and The Royal Crescent and is full of independent shops and art galleries.

Antlers Bath

The gallery is only 1 meter deep x 5 meters wide in what looks to have once been the porch / vestibule of a large Georgian property on Catherine Place. Up until recently it has been Duncan Campbell Silver, which is now moving to a larger property around the corner.
Geoffrey is stripping it all out and giving it a full refurbishment ahead of our launch this September.

It is really exciting for us as a gallery to have the opportunity to programme the space and introduce our artists to a new audience in Bath. Seeing the limitations of the space as positives we have decided to focus on solo presentations and in particular giving artists their first solo show in Bath.

Not scared of putting large pieces into a small space we will be launching the programme with Abigail Reed. Her vast canvases will fill the space and we are excited to see this work in quite a different context to how it was seen at Purifier House this Spring.

Following Abigail’s show we will be hosting two more exhibitions before Christmas; Charles Emerson and Dorcas Casey.

For more information on our first Bath show, please see here.

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Antlers Bath Autumn/Winter Programme:
Abigail Reed: 11 September – 17 October
Charles Emerson: 23 October – 23 November
Dorcas Casey: 27 November – 23 December

9a, Margaret’s Buildings, Bath, BA1 2LP
Private View: Thursday 11 September, 6 – 9pm
Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 1 – 5pm (other times by appointment)