Huntington Library Artwork Galleries to Reopen – NBC Los Angeles
The Huntington Library, Artwork Museum and Botanical Gardens will reopen its artwork galleries Saturday after a couple of yr of closure because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Attendance will likely be restricted to 50% of capability, and guests should get hold of tickets upfront at huntington.org.
Accessible for viewing would be the newly restored masterpiece of 18th- century British portraiture, “The Blue Boy” by Thomas Gainsborough.
As well as, “Made in L.A. 2020: a model,” the fifth iteration of the Hammer Museum’s biennial exhibition, will debut at each the Hammer Museum and the Huntington in two variations that make up the entire, and can stay at each establishments by way of Aug. 1. Planning for the reopening of different galleries on the Huntington, together with the Library Exhibition Corridor, is underway.
The Huntington’s gardens stay open for guests, with on-line reservations additionally required.
Extra info may be discovered at www.huntington.org.