SAN MARINO (CNS) — The Huntington Library, Artwork Museum and Botanical Gardens will reopen its artwork galleries Saturday right after more than a person calendar year of closure because of to the coronavirus pandemic.
Attendance will be restricted to 50% of capability, and website visitors should get tickets in progress at huntington.org.
Readily available for viewing will be the recently restored masterpiece of 18th- century British portraiture, “The Blue Boy” by Thomas Gainsborough. In addition, “Made in L.A. 2020: a model,” the fifth iteration of the Hammer Museum’s biennial exhibition, will debut at both the Hammer Museum and the Huntington in two variations that make up the total, and will continue to be at each institutions by means of Aug. 1.
Arranging for the reopening of other galleries at the Huntington, which includes the Library Exhibition Hall, is underway.
The Huntington’s gardens keep on being open for site visitors, with on line reservations also essential.
Additional information can be found at www.huntington.org.