Duane Reed Gallery, following the governmentally mandated COVID-19 lockdown, reopened for public viewing on Tuesday.
To comply with guidelines issued by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, gallery staff “will wear masks, keep all surfaces wiped down and provide hand sanitizer,” according to the press release. “We kindly ask visitors to also wear masks,” it continues.
Starting Friday, June 5, the gallery – a longtime landmark in St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood – also will host a mini solo exhibition by Nancy Newman Rice, according to the release. It will run only till June 18.