About the Gallery
Anthony Reynolds Gallery was established in a large space on the edge of the City of London in 1985. Over the next 32 years, in three successive premises, the gallery has staged 230 exhibitions including the work of around 300 artists. In 2015 Anthony Reynolds took the decision to adopt a new model and to maintain all the activities of a primary gallery but without a fixed exhibition space. This allows to collaborate with professional colleagues to exhibit artists in the best or most productive context for their work whether in terms of space, program, geography or clientele. This the gallery also sees as a way of encouraging a more flexible approach and a mutually beneficial economic model. Anthony Reynolds maintains a regular series of exhibitions, open to the public, promote the wider appreciation of the artists it represents and participate in several art fairs.
In 2017 Anthony Reynolds was invited to participate in the Life Stories: Artists' Lives Project at the British Library. This recorded archive provides the most comprehensive and accurate coverage of the life of the gallery.