The Storm – Exclusive release of a chapter from Silent Quarter by Tim Lane

The Storm – Exclusive release of a chapter from Silent Quarter by Tim Lane

  Exclusive first look at The Storm from Tim Lane’s Silent Quarter currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter. Click here to back the project and get your copy           Click here to share on Twitter

Two exciting upcoming projects: Charles Emerson in Japan and Tim Lane’s new book ‘Silent Quarter’

Two exciting upcoming projects: Charles Emerson in Japan and Tim Lane’s new book ‘Silent Quarter’

Over the last few months (aside from art fairs) we have been developing two ambitious upcoming projects: the commissioning of new work by Charles Emerson in Japan and the publishing of Tim Lane’s second book Silent Quarter. We can now …

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#AntlersThrowback

#AntlersThrowback

Celebrating Antlers turning five is a catalyst for a new Twitter and Instagram #throwback programme we are launching. We will be looking back through the archives and posting an image from the last five years, featuring previous: events, projects and memories. We …

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Artists #TakeoverAntlers Instagram

Artists #TakeoverAntlers Instagram

It gives us pleasure to announce an upcoming programme of artists taking over our Antlers Instagram account: @AntlersGallery / #TakeoverAntlers. In these ‘day in the life of…’ 24-hour Instagram takeovers we will be giving the reins to artists we work …

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Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015: Anouk Mercier + Juliette Losq

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015: Anouk Mercier + Juliette Losq

We were delighted to see Anouk Mercier and Juliette Losq nominated for the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015. Jerwood Visual Arts is a contemporary gallery programme of awards, exhibitions and events at Jerwood Space, London and on tour nationally. Jerwood …

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Antlers Art Consultancy

Antlers Art Consultancy

Are you looking for artwork for your home, workplace or client? We understand that art has a transformative quality that can enhance a diverse range of spaces. With over four years experience in producing exhibitions in off-site locations around Bristol, …

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Exclusive Collectors Evening + Artist’s Tour

Exclusive Collectors Evening + Artist’s Tour

Tuesday 24th February, 6.30pm Griffin Gallery, The Studio Building, 21, Evesham Street, London, W11 4AJ  Antlers Gallery and Griffin Gallery are excited to be co-hosting a collector focused evening at Griffin Gallery’s West London space to celebrate the Antlers curated exhibition The Tragedy of Landscape. Join …

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Charles Emerson – Intelligent Life Photo Essay

Charles Emerson – Intelligent Life Photo Essay

In a stunning new photo essay published in the latest instalment of Intelligent Life magazine – Charles Emerson expands on his Mountains series which saw him venturing to Romania, Jordan and to photograph the mountain of his childhood holidays: Buachaille Etive Mor …

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Antlers Bath

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 …

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Bristol Art Map

Bristol Art Map

We are excited to announce that Antlers Gallery are part of the first instalment of the Bristol Art Map.  Launching in May 2014, the Bristol Art Map (BAM) will be a user-friendly guide – available in both print and digital …

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Support Anima Mundi Kickstarter Campaign

Support Anima Mundi Kickstarter Campaign

From 10 April – 10 May we are looking for your support to raise £8000 to fund the printing and binding of Tim Lane’s artwork Anima Mundi as a limited edition artist bookwork. As a thank you for you financial support …

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Exhibition Review: Spatial

Exhibition Review: Spatial

We have been very interested to hear feedback about the artists work in our current exhibition Spatial. Here Andy Chadwick gives his personal response: Spatial is not so much a departure, but a progression of the themes Bristol’s nomadic gallery …

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