march 17, 2020 - BEERS London

Adjusted Hours resulting from Covid-19

Due to the heightened risk of COVID-19, we have decided to restrict gallery hours to the public beginning March 17, until further notice. We remain available by private appointment pending travel and safety restrictions to view the Kindred Spirit exhibition, featuring work by father and daughter Mick and Florence Hutchings.

Our gallery staff will be working remotely and are available by email and phone during this period.

Unfortunately, until further notice we are cancelling our forthcoming private view for Jan Sebastian Koch's full solo, If Mountains Could Sing, which was scheduled to take place on Friday 3 April. However, the exhibition will be opened as planned from 4 April - 9 May by appointment unless otherwise notified.

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