Spaces at The Net Gallery

We help art centres, galleries and institutions give visitors and collaborators an immersive, virtual tour of their space and exhibitions.

Our mission is to grow a community of artists, students and curators brought together by the desire to create a new space in the art world – one where 3D capture technology empowers exploration, learning and communication.

Immersive scans, schematic floorplans and interactive floorplans give prospective exhibitors and visitors the chance to explore your gallery from every angle. It all adds up to deeper connections between your space, your artists, and your audience.

REACH A WIDER AUDIENCE

Our art-directed videos, high-resolution imagery and showreels make up the building blocks of a new, experience-focused marketing approach that gives audiences the chance to remotely experience exhibitions.

Sneak previews generate hype for an upcoming exhibition, and our videos are perfect for sharing on social media.

If you’re a gallery looking for a new way to reach a wider audience, we’d love to hear from you.

Attract more artists to your space

Make it easy for artists to explore your space and archived exhibitions with immersive 3D walkthroughs. With the same interactivity as a guided tour, the experience includes tags that offer more information about the space.

Scans and videos can also be shared across your social channels, helping to boost exposure and attract more exhibiting artists and curators.

If you’re a gallery looking for a new way to reach a wider audience, we’d love to hear from you.

Share floor plans of your space

Our schematic floor plans give artists and curators a birds-eye view of your space. An essential resource in space planning, the plans give an accurate overview of each floor. Together with the scans and videos, they give prospective exhibitors a real feel of the space and a visual appreciation of what to expect.

REACH A WIDER AUDIENCE

Our art-directed videos, high-resolution imagery and showreels make up the building blocks of a new, experience-focused marketing approach that gives audiences the chance to remotely experience exhibitions.

Sneak previews generate hype for an upcoming exhibition, and our videos are perfect for sharing on social media.

If you’re a gallery looking for a new way to reach a wider audience, we’d love to hear from you.

Attract more artists to your space

Make it easy for artists to explore your space and archived exhibitions with immersive 3D walkthroughs. With the same interactivity as a guided tour, the experience includes tags that offer more information about the space.

Scans and videos can also be shared across your social channels, helping to boost exposure and attract more exhibiting artists and curators.

Share floor plans of your space

Our schematic floor plans give artists and curators a birds-eye view of your space. An essential resource in space planning, the plans give an accurate overview of each floor. Together with the scans and videos, they give prospective exhibitors a real feel of the space and a visual appreciation of what to expect.

If you’re a gallery looking for a new way to reach a wider audience, we’d love to hear from you.


OUR LASTEST SPACES

FRITH STREET GALLERY

Frith Street Gallery was established in 1989 in an historic building in Soho as a forum for contemporary drawing. Expanding into a wide range of media it quickly became known for a distinctive group of artists working in film, photography, painting, and sculpture.

Frith Street Gallery has emerged as one of the art world’s most interesting forces, instrumental in developing the careers of internationally renowned figures as well as supporting those at earlier stages of their career. 

GAZELLI ART HOUSE

Gazelli Art House is a commercial gallery with a wide range of international artists, presenting a broad and dynamic programme to a diverse audience through global public projects and exhibition spaces in London and Baku. Gazelli Art House was founded in 2003 in Baku, Azerbaijan where it held exhibitions with Azeri artists. Having hosted conceptually interlinked off-site exhibitions across London, founder and director Mila Askarova opened a permanent space on Dover Street, London in March 2012. In 2017, the redesigned gallery space reopened in Baku, with an ambitious annual program showcasing both local and international artists.

PI ARTWORKS

Pi Artworks was founded in Istanbul in 1998. In 2013, it expanded internationally and moved its’ headquarters to 55 Eastcastle Street, Fitzrovia, London. Pi Artworks has now established a strong commercial market in London, as well as a range of institutional links in the past 7 years. Since opening the second, London venue, Pi Artworks has worked to enrich the UK art scene with their knowledge and has developed relationships with institutions, individuals and partners both within the capital and across the country.

ZABLUDOWICZ COLLECTION

Inaugurated in 2007, Zabludowicz Collection’s London project space presents a varied programme of self-initiated group and solo exhibitions, commissions and residencies, drawing on works from the collection or new works by artists linked to the collection. 

The programme features initiatives supporting emerging artists and curators including the Invites series, which offers emerging artists without UK commercial gallery representation the opportunity to produce a solo exhibition and event, and Testing Ground, an annual season exploring art and education working with London’s premier universities.

If you’re a gallery looking for a new way to reach a wider audience, we’d love to hear from you.