South London Gallery First To Announce Lengthy Closure




The South London Gallery, a popular, public, cultural oasis has decided to close until further notice. This is the first, with many to follow in response to increasing concerns relating to the spread of COVID-19 (or Coronavirus). The gallery states on their website, “In order to protect the health and wellbeing of our staff, partners and visitors, the South London Gallery has taken the decision to close as of 6pm on Saturday 14 March until further notice.

Whilst our buildings are closed and education programmes suspended, our work continues and digital channels remain open to ensure our audiences are kept up to date. Please note that office hours are 10am–6pm, Monday – Friday although all staff will be working remotely. For general enquiries please email mail@southlondongallery.org If you have booked a ticket to, or are planning to attend an event at the SLG then please contact on mail@southlondongallery.org

The South London Gallery (SLG) was established on its current site in 1891 by philanthropist William Rossiter to ‘bring art to the people of south London’. Today the gallery comprises its original site at 65 Peckham Road; the Fire Station (which opened to the public in September 2018); Art Block, a space for local children and families on Sceaux Gardens estate and an artist-designed garden. The year-round exhibitions programme showcases the best in international contemporary art, complemented by an events programme for people of all ages and interests.

The Gallery’s emphasis is on presenting new work by British and international artists, often by those who have rarely or never had a solo show in a London institution. Group shows bring together works by established and lesser-known British and international artists, whilst an ongoing residency programme provides opportunities for artists to develop new work and exhibit at the SLG.

Providing opportunities for learning and participation is at the heart of the Gallery’s purpose, and thousands of children, young people and adults take part in an extensive programme of activities. This includes a peer-led young people’s forum and website, www.recreativeuk.com; free family workshops every Sunday; Art Block, a dedicated creative space for children on Sceaux Gardens housing estate; artist-led projects and commissions on other local estates; ongoing provision for school visits; and a programme funded by BBC Children in Need for looked-after children.

Other Gallery/Event Closures and Postponments

Canceled Events, International

March 13:  The Other Art Fair, London Sydney, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Dallas, Melbourne and Chicago – All spring fairs are postponed.

March 11:   TEFAF Maastricht – Closed at end of day Wednesday, March 11, instead of March 15 as originally scheduled.

March 5:   Artmonte-carlo – Originally scheduled for May 1–3.

February 21:   Jingart, Beijing – Originally scheduled for May 21–24.

February 7:   Art Central Hong Kong – Originally scheduled for March 18–22.

February 6:   Art Basel Hong Kong – Originally scheduled for March 19–21. (Art Basel will offer online viewing rooms for exhibitors from March 18–20 [VIP access] and March 20–25 [public access].)

January 31:   Shanghai’s Festival of Design Architecture Conference – Originally scheduled for March 2020.

Postponed or Modified Events, USMarch 13:   The Art World Conference – Postponed from May 1–3 to the fall.

March 13:   The Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix – Events and tours through April 3 are canceled including all all on-site and off-site museum programs and events, including daily public and school tours, effective immediately. The Museum remains open during regular operating hours and will continue to monitor and accept recommendations from authorities.

March 13:   The Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee – The Kohl’s Art Generation Studio and ArtPack Station is closed. All event through April 14 are canceled. However, the museum remains open.

March 13:   The Kitchen, Spring Gala Benefit – The annual benefit honoring Debbie Harry and Cindy Sherman was scheduled for April 15 and has been postponed. Organizers plan to share a new date in coming weeks.

March 13:   Lévy Gorvy Gallery, New York, London, and Hong Kong – All events through March 31 are postponed. Starting March 13,  locations will have amended gallery hours until further notice. The New York gallery will be open by appointment so that visitors may appreciate the Jutta Koether exhibition In London, Chung Sang-Hwa will be on view on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays and by appointment on Saturdays, Mondays, and Tuesdays. And Tu Hongtao’s exhibition in Hong Kong will be on view Monday to Friday starting March 25, and on weekends by appointment. The Zürich office remains open Monday to Friday.

March 12:   Rizzoli Bookstore, New York – All events through March 31 are being postponed.

March 12:   2020 Nasher Prize Celebrations, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas – Postponed from April 2–4 to November.

March 12:   Affordable Art Fair New York – Postponed from March 26–29 to dates yet to be announced.

March 12:   Dallas Art Fair – Postponed from April 16–19 to October 1–4.

March 11:   Art in Bloom festival at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh – The museum’s annual fundraising festival of art and flowers is being postponed to a date yet to be announced.

March 11:   Paris Photo, New York – Postponed from April 2–5 to dates yet to be announced.

March 11:   Pace and Gagosian’s Donald Marron Collection Exhibition, New York – Postponed from April 24–May 16 to new dates yet to be announced.

Postponed or Modified Events, International

March 13:   Mazzoleni, Torino, London – The Torino gallery is temporarily closed. The London gallery remains open to the public from Monday to Friday. It will be closed on Saturdays starting March 14.

March 13:   Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp – The opening of Tal R tonight (March 13) is canceled and the gallery is temporarily closed until further notice.

March 13:   Konrad Fischer Galerie, Berlin, Dusseldorf – The opening of “Hans-Peter Feldmann, Thomas Ruff, Juergen Staack“ on the occasion of photo+ and the opening of “Charlotte Posenenske“ planned for tonight, have both been canceled. The gallery in  Düsseldorf will be open until  8 pm.  On the occasion of photo+ the gallery is open March 14 from 12-6 p.m., and on Sunday from 12- 4 p.m. Both galleries are open by appointment only beginning March 16.

March 13:   Institut pour la photographie, Paris – The exhibition, “EN QUÊTE,” initially scheduled to open on April  3, has been postponed until the fall.  The nine new exhibitions structured around the theme of photographic investigation, as well as the program of events and workshops will be held from September 10 —November 15.

March 13:   Sadie Coles HQ, London – Temporarily closed until further notice. The gallery will be accepting visitors by appointment from March 16 and the private press viewing of “Sarah Lucas: HONEY PIE” will go ahead March 14, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

March 13:   Grand Palais, Paris – The “Pompeii” exhibition scheduled for March 25 and “Black & White,” an aesthetic of photography, from the  collections of the National Library of France, scheduled for April 8, have both been postponed until further notice.

March 13:   Axel Vervoordt, Belgium – The gallery’s space at Kanaal in Wijnegem will temporarily close starting March 14 and receiving private visitors by appointment only. Guided tours of the permanent collection are suspended until further notice.

March 13:   Bendana | Pinel Contemporary Art, Paris – Upcoming show “écoute les pierres” by Caio Reisewitz, scheduled to  to open on March 21, has been postponed to a later date.

March 13:   Berlin Biennale – The temporary project space of the 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art at ExRotaprint complex in Berlin will be closed to visitors starting today March 13 until April 19.

March 13:   Eye of the Collector, London – Postponed from May 15–16 until September 8–11.

March 13:   Art for Tomorrow Conference – Set to take place during Berlin Gallery Weekend, the conference has now been postponed until September.

March 13:   Art Brussels – Postponed from April 23–26 to June 25–28.

March 12:    SP-Arte – Suspended from April 1–5, the fair is evaluating ways to make it feasible at “a more opportune time.”

March 12:   Art Cologne – Postponed from April 23–26 to November 19–26.

March 12:   Affordable Art Fair Brussels – Postponed from March 20–22 to dates yet to be announced.

March 12:   ArteBA, Buenos Aires – Postponed from April 16–19 to dates yet to be announced at the instruction of the city government of Buenos Aires.

March 11:   Drawing Now Art Fair, Paris – Moved from March 26–29 to May 29–June 1.

March 10:   Berlin Gallery Weekend – Exhibitions and small-scale events will proceed on May 1–3, but large-scale events will be moved to September 1–3.

March 10:   Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania “Dark Mofo” music festival – Originally scheduled for June 10–22; now canceled.

March 9:   The Photography Show and Video Show, Birmingham, UK – Moved from March 14–17 to September 2020 (exact dates to be announced).

March 8:   Sharjah Art Foundation’s March Meeting – Moved from March 21–23 to new dates yet to be announced.

March 6:   Miart, Milan – Moved from April 17–19 to September 10–13.

March 5:   Art Paris – Moved from April 2–5 to May 28–31.

March 5:   Venice Architecture Biennale – Moved from May 23–November 29 to August 29–November 29.

March 3:   Art Dubai – Downsized to a yet-to-be-announced program of talks, exhibitions, and events taking place from March 25–28.

March 3:   Lille Art Up! – Moved from March 5–8 to June 25–28.

February 27:   Milan’s Salon del Mobile – Moved from April 21–26 to June 16–21.

February 5:   Gallery Weekend Beijing – Tentatively moved from March 13–20 to mid-April; a final decision about whether the event will be postponed or canceled outright will be announced by March 15.

January 31:   Design Shanghai Fair – Moved from March 12–15 to May 26–29.

January 30:   CAFA Art Museum’s inaugural Techne Triennial, Beijing – Postponed from its February 20 opening to new dates yet to be announced.

US Institution Closures and Admission Limits

March 14:   Edward Hopper House, Nyack, New York – Closed March 14–22.

March 14:   Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University – Closed as of March 14.

March 14:   The Grey Art Gallery at NYU, New York – Closed as of March 14.

March 14:   18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica – Closed March 14–20.

March 14:   Museum of Photographic Arts at Balboa Park, San Diego – Closed as of March 16.

March 14:   National Museum of Math, New York – Closed as of March 14.

March 14:   Mass MOCA, North Adams, Massachusetts – Closed March 16–31.

March 13:   Faurschou Foundation, Brooklyn – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   Artists Space, New York – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   The New York Transit Museum – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:   The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:   Portland Art Museum and Northwest Film Center, Oregon – Closed March 14–31.

March 13:   The Bass, Miami Beach – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:   Swiss Institute, New York – Closed as of March 13. “Jeremy Shaw: PHASE SHIFTING INDEX,” originally scheduled to open April 2, is postponed until the fall.

March 13:   Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh – The Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and the Andy Warhol Museum are closed for at least 14 days as of March 14.

March 13:   Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio – Closed until at least April 6.

March 13:   Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   Dallas Contemporary, Dallas – Closed as of March 13, 6 p.m. The annual S/S20 Gala, originally schedule for March 28, is postponed until further notice.

March 13:   Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago – Closed as of March 14. The remainder of winter term classes are cancelled and the start of spring term will be delayed temporarily.

March 13:   International Center of Photography, New York – Closed as of March 13 at 7 p.m. The school’s classes will move online as of March 16.

March 13:   The Knockdown Center, Queens – Closed March 14–31.

March 13:   Museum of Arts and Design, New York – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:   The Museum of the Moving Image, Queens – Closed March 14–29.

March 13:   Pioneer Works, Brooklyn – Closed as of March 13, likely last through the end of March.

March 13:    CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco – Closed as of March 14 until further notice.

March 13:    San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego – Closed to the public from March 14 until further notice.

March 13:    The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens, Greater Los Angeles – All indoor spaces closed effective March 14; garden remains open during normal business hours.

March 13:   Fotografiska, New York – Closed for at least seven to 10 business days.

March 13:   Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum – Closed beginning March 14 for at least two weeks.

March 13:   Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia – Closed until further notice. All public events taking place at the museum through April 17 have been canceled.

March 13:   Through the Flower Art Space, Belen, New Mexico – Closed March 13–April 1. The fundraising event for the opening of “On Fire: Judy Chicago Fireworks with Photographs by Donald Woodman” is postponed from March 22 to July 26.

March 13:   Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Natural History Museum, La Brea Tar Pits Museum, William S. Hart Museum, Los Angeles – Closed as of March 14 until further notice.

March 13:   Denver Art Museum, Denver – Closed as of March 13 at 8 p.m. until further notice.

March 13:   The Clark, Williamstown, Massachusetts – Closed as of March 14. The museum will make an announcement on April 1.

March 13:   Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas – Closed as of March 13 at 5 p.m. until further notice.

March 13:   Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago – Closed March 14–28.

March 13:   Institute for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles – Closed as of March 13 until further notice.

March 13:   American University Museum, Washington, DC – Closed to the public beginning March 14 through Friday, June 12. All spring exhibitions and events are cancelled.

March 13:   The Museum of Chinese in America, New York – Closed until further notice.

March 13:   The National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC, and New York –Closed to the public starting March 14.

March 13:   The de Young Museum and the Legion of Honor, including the Asian Art Museum, Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco (FAMSF) and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), San Francisco – Closed as of 5 p.m. March 13. The Asian Art Museum and SFMOMA will tentatively reopen to the public on March 28, and the FAMSF museums will reopen on March 31, 2020. The museums will individually evaluate whether the closure timeframe needs to be extended.

March 13:   Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine – Closed to members of the public without a valid Colby ID as of the close of business on March 15, until further notice. The remainder of scheduled public programming is canceled or postponed until further notice.

March 13:   El Museo del Barrio, New York – Closed as of March 13 at 6 p.m. All programming postponed until further notice.

March 13:   National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC – Closed as of March 14.  All public programs through the end of March are cancelled, including Saturday’s #ArtAndFeminism DC, @Wikipedia Edit-athon.

March 13:   New York Public Library – All locations will be closed to the public starting March 14 through at least March 31. Friday, March 13 will be the last day that patrons can pick up holds or borrow books until library locations reopen.

March 13:   American Museum of Natural History – Closed as of March 13 until further notice.

March 13:   Noguchi Museum, Long Island City, Queens – Closed as of March 13.  All public programs and scheduled events are canceled through March 31.

March 13:   MIT List Visual Art Center, Boston – Closed as of March 13 until further notice.

March 13:   The Rubin Museum of Art, New York – Closed as of March 13 at 5:00 p.m. All public programs and events at the museum cancelled until further notice, through at least March 31.

March 13:   The Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut – Closed as of March 13 until further notice.

March 13:   The Hill Art Foundation, New York – Closed as of March 13 at 3:00 p.m. until further notice.

March 13:   The Morgan Library & Museum, New York – Closed as of March 12 at 5 p.m. until March 30.

March 13:   New York Historical Society, New York – Closed as of Friday, March 13 at 6 p.m. until the end of March. All onsite programs will be cancelled through the end of April.

March 13:   Dia Art Foundation, New York – Temporarily closing indoor artist sites and programmatic spaces in Beacon, New York City and Long Island, Dia Beacon, and Dia Bridgehampton, The New York Earth Room and The Broken Kilometer. Public programs across all of Dia’s sites are cancelled or postponed through March 31.

March 13:   The Museum at FIT, New York – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, New York – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, New York – Closed until further notice.

March 13:   The Studio Museum Harlem – Closed as of March 13 until further notice. Programming space Studio Museum 127 also closed.

March 12:   Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic, Connecticut – Closed as of March 13.

March 12:   Brooklyn Historical Society – Closed March 13–31.

March 12:   The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco – Closed March 12 until further notice.

March 12:   The Broad, Los Angeles – Closed March 13–31; public programming cancelled through mid-May.

March 12:   SculptureCenter, Queens – Closed effective immediately

March 12:   Neue Galerie, New York – Closed effective immediately.

March 12:   Children’s Museum of Manhattan – The museum will be closed beginning March 14.

March 12:   Queens Museum – Closed March 13–20.

March 12:   MassArt Art Museum, Boston – Closed March 12–22.

March 12:   Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts – Closed beginning March 12, with all public programming cancelled or postponed through April 30.

March 12:   Museum of the City of New York – Closed beginning March 13.

March 12:   Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, Chicago, and Miami – Closed beginning March 13.

March 12:   Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles – Closed until at least March 31.

March 12:   Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah – Closed until at least March 27.

March 12:   Oakland Museum of California – Closed until at least March 27.

March 12:   Meow Wolf, Santa Fe – Closed through at least March 31.

March 12:   Davis Museum at Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts – Closed through March 31.

March 12:   Cantor Art Center and Anderson Collection at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California – Closed to the public until at least April 15 (but open to Stanford ID holders).

March 12:   High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia – Closed until further notice.

March 12:   The American Folk Art Museum, New York – Closed as of March 13 until at least March 31.

March 12:   The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1, New York – The Museum of Modern Art on 53rd Street, MoMA PS1 in Queens, and the MoMA Design Stores on 53rd Street and in Soho are closed effective immediately and through March 30.

March 12:   The Rubin Museum, New York – Closed as of March 13  at 5 p.m., through at least March 31.

March 12:   The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles – The Getty Center in Los Angeles and Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades, as well as the Getty Research Institute galleries and Getty Library at the Getty Center are closed as of March 14, until further notice.

March 12:   Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington – The Seattle Art Museum’s three sites—the main museum, the Asian Art Museum, and the PACCAR Pavilion at the Olympic Sculpture Park—are closed as of March 13. All public programming is canceled until April 1.

March 12:   Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts – Closed March 16–April 30.

March 12:   The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC – Closed as of March 13 with a tentative reopening date of April 4.

March 12:   The Whitney Museum, New York – Closed as of March 13 at 5 p.m. The museum will review options to reopen on March 27.

March 12:   The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York – Closed as of March 13. All public events scheduled through April 30 are canceled or postponed.

March 12:   Smithsonian museums and the National Zoo, Washington, DC and New York – Closed as of March 14.

March 12:   The Bronx Museum, New York – Closed as of March 13 and all upcoming programs are canceled.

March 12:   The New Museum, New York – Closed as of March 13 with plans to re-evaluate the situation in two weeks.

March 12:   The Brooklyn Museum, New York – Closed until further notice.

March 12:   Neue Galerie, New York – Closed until further notice.

March 12:   SculptureCenter, Long Island City, New York – Closed as of March 13. Tishan Hsu and Jesse Wine exhibitions are scheduled to open on May 8.

March 12:   The Drawing Center, New York – Closed as of March 13. Public programs are postponed until April 12.

March 12:   Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts – Closed as of March 13 until at least April 1.

March 12:   The Shed, New York – The galleries are closed and all performances are canceled beginning 6 p.m., March 12, through March 30.

March 12:   The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, Michigan – The institute, and the Fed Galleries of Kendall College of Art & Design of Ferris State University, which it manages, are closed through March 31.

March 12:   The Watermill Center, Water Mill, New York – Closed to the public through March 31.

March 12:   The Center for Italian Modern Art, New York – Closed until at least March 31.

March 12:   The South Street Seaport Museum, New York – Closed as of March 13 for at least two weeks.

March 12:   The Jewish Museum, New York – Closed as of March 13.

March 12:   The Brant Foundation, New York – Closed effective immediately.

March 12:   Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut – Closed March 13–April 15.

March 12:   Children’s Museum of the Arts, New York – Closed as of March 15.

March 12:   Ballroom Marfa, Texas – Closed March 12–31.

March 12:   Harvard Art Museums, Harvard Museum of Natural History, Institute of Contemporary Art, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Peabody-Essex Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston – Closed as of March 13.

March 12:   Library of Congress, Washington, DC – Library facilities are closed to the public through March 31.

March 12:   Museum at Eldridge Street, New York – Closed as of March 15.

March 12:   Frick Collection, New York – Closed effective immediately, with all upcoming events through April 3, including its Young Fellows Ball, originally scheduled for March 12, cancelled.

March 12:   Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York – Closed as of March 13. The museum will announce next steps early next week.

March 12:   Chinati, Marfa, Texas – Closed March 12–24 at the recommendation of West Texas health officials.

March 11:   The Yeh Art Gallery at St. John’s University, Jamaica, Queens – Open by appointment only March 11–27. The opening of “Machine at Work // Warhol’s Polaroids,” originally scheduled for March 19, is postponed.

March 11:   John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Somerville, Massachusetts – Closed indefinitely.

March 11:   Magazzino Italian Art Foundation, Cold Spring, New York – Closed March 12–26, with a planned March 21 lecture taking place via livestream.

March 11:   Frye Art Museum, Seattle – Closed March 12–31; all public programming canceled until April 30.

March 10:   Poster House, New York – Closed through March 14.

March 10:   Henry Art Gallery, Seattle – Closed through March 30.

March 9:   Grace Farms, New Canaan, Connecticut – Closed March 10–24.

International Institution Closures and Admission Limits

March 14:   Walther Collection, Neu-Ulm, Germany and New York – Closed as of March 14.

March 14:   Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:    Musée du Louvre, Musée National Eugène-Delacroix, Musée d’Orsay, Musée de l’Orangerie, Palais de Tokyo, Paris – The museums have been closed in accordance with directives issued by the French government, until further notice.

March 13:   Museums and historic sites in Greece – Closed, including the entire Acropolis in Athens, until March 31.

March 13:   M HKA · Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp – Closed until April 3. Activities including guided tours, workshops and other public activities, guided tours of the Panamarenko House; the cafe, the library, film programming at De Cinema and activities at the M HKA organized by third parties, suspended until further notice.

March 13:   BOZAR-Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels – Closed until April 3. All activities either cancelled or postponed until further notice.

March 13:   Qatar Museums, Doha: National Museum of Qatar; Mathaf, Arab Museum of Modern Art; Museum of Islamic Art; Fire Station – All museums and heritage sites closed to visitors until further notice. All museum shops, cafés and restaurants and the National Museum of Qatar playground will be closed. Qatar Museums will continue to review and revise plans and processes and follow guidance from the Ministry of Public Health.

March 13:   Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan – Closure extended until March 19.

March 12:   Museums, archaeological sites, and ancient monuments in Cyprus – Closed until March 20.

March 12:   Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin, Ireland – Closed until at least March 29.

March 12:   Amsterdam’s Museums – Institutions including the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum are closed until at least March 31.

March 12:   The Glyptotek Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark – Closed until at least March 31.

March 12:   The Louisiana Museum in Humlebaek, Denmark – Closed until at least March 27.

March 12:   Berlin Cultural Institutions – The German capital will close all museums and cultural institutions beginning March 13, effective until at least April 20.

March 11:   Spain’s Museums – All government-run museums in Madrid, including the Prado, the Museo Reina Sofia, and the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, are closed indefinitely by order of the Spanish Ministry of Culture. La Sagrada Familia has limited visitors to 1,000 people at any given time.

March 11:   Poland’s Museums – Closed for at least two weeks from March 12.

March 11:   Albertina Modern Museum, Vienna – Grand opening postponed from March 13 to a date yet to be announced.

March 10:   The Czech Republic’s Museums – All state-run Czech museums are closed until further notice.

March 8:   Italy’s Museums – All museums and heritage sites in the country are closed until April 3.

February 28:   Japan’s Museums – All museums closed until March 17; the opening of “Masterpieces From the National Gallery” at Tokyo’s National Museum of Western Art delayed.

February 23:   South Korea’s Museums – All national museums and libraries closed until further notice.

February 4:   Foshan’s He Art Museum and Beijing’s X Museum – Grand openings postponed indefinitely; the X Museum has launched a “gamified” virtual project space in the interim.

January 28:   Hong Kong’s Museums – All government-run museums, stadiums, and public gathering places closed indefinitely.

January 23:   China’s Museums – All museums closed until further notice; state officials have directed all institutions to launch online “cloud exhibitions” based on their expected programming.

Closed Art Galleries

March 14:       Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac – Salzburg locations closed from March 16–22; London and Paris locations remain open to the public.

March 14:   Xavier Hufkens, Belgium – All locations closed until further notice.

March 14:     Galeria Nara Roesler – Open by appointment only starting March 14.

March 14:   1969 Gallery, New York – Closed as of March 14.

March 14:   Kaufmann Repetto, New York and Milan – New York location closed as of March 14.

March 14:   Heron Arts, San Francisco – Closed as of March 14.

March 14:   Galerie Lefebvre & Fils, Paris – Open by appointment only starting March 14.

March 13:   Marianne Boesky, New York – Open by appointment only starting March 14.

March 14:   A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn – Closed as of March 14.

March 14:   Cathouse Proper, Brooklyn – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:   Gladstone, New York and Brussels – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   L.A. Louver, Los Angeles – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:   The Untitled Space, New York – Open by appointment only March 14–31.

March 13:   Vielmetter Los Angeles – Open by appointment only starting March 14.

March 13:   Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles – Open by appointment only starting March 14.

March 12:   David Zwirner, New York – New York locations closed as of March 13. London and Paris locations remain open, and Hong Kong is expected to reopen soon.

March 13:   Paula Cooper Gallery, New York – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:   apexart, New York – Closed March 14–21.

March 13:   Richard Taittinger Gallery, New York – Closed March 14–21.

March 13:   Kate Werble Gallery, New York – Closed March 14–21.

March 13:   Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   Jack Shainman, New York – The New York City galleries are closed March 14–23. The School, in Kinderhook, New York, will be closed March 14.

March 13:   Hollis Taggart, New York – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   Jane Lombard Gallery, New York – Closed as of March 14.

March 13:   Mariane Ibrahim, Chicago – Closed as of March 13.

March 13:   Galerie Lelong & Co., New York – Closed as of March 14 until further notice.

March 13:   Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York – Open by apartment through March 24.

March 13:   James Fuentes, New York – Closed as of March 13. A March 14 talk between Reginald Sylvester and Humberto Moro, deputy director and senior curator at Museo Tamayo, has been canceled.

March 13:   Bortolami Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only through March 31. Gallery staff available remotely via phone and email.

March 13:   Regen Projects, Los Angeles – Open by appointment only starting March 14.

March 13:   Roberts Projects, Los Angeles – Closed until further notice.

March 13:   Friedman Benda, New York – Open by appointment starting March 13.

March 13:   Edward Tyler Nahem, New York – Open by appointment starting March 13.

March 13:   Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York – Open by appointment only starting March 14.

March 13:   Shrine, New York – Open by appointment only starting March 13. The online preview for the current exhibition “GOOD LUCK” is available for viewing.

March 13:   Chambers Fine Art, New York – Both the Greenwich Village space and the Lower East Side gallery are open by appointment only starting March 13.

March 13:   David Nolan Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only. There will be no public reception for “Jorinde Voight: The State of Play,” an exhibition of new works on view from March 18–May 2.

March 13:   Tilton Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only starting March 13.

March 13:     Michael Werner Gallery, New York and London- The New York gallery will be open by appointment only, Monday–Friday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m., beginning March 13. Gallery operations continue both in the office and remotely, and staff can be reached by telephone or email. The London gallery is open to the public and following usual business hours.

March 13:   Marian Goodman Gallery, London, Paris, and New York – The New York gallery is closed for two weeks beginning March 14. Limited viewing appointments will be taken on a case by case basis. The London gallery is open by appointment only and the Paris gallery will remain open through the duration of its James Welling show, which closes on March 18, 2020. Special events are on hold across all three Marian Goodman Gallery locations until further notice.

March 13:   Skarstedt Gallery, London, New York – Closing starting March 13 in New York and London March 14 until further notice.

March 13:   Cheim & Read, New York – Open by appointment starting March 13.

March 13:   Chimento Contemporary, Los Angeles – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 13:   Ethan Cohen Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 13:   McClain Gallery, Houston – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 13:   Luhring Augustine, New York – The opening reception for Richard Rezac, originally scheduled for March 13 has been canceled. Starting March 17,  and until further notice, the gallery will be open by appointment only.

March 13:   P.P.O.W Gallery, New York – Open by appointment today and closed March 14.

March 13:   Van Doren Waxter Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only starting March 13, until further notice.

March 13:   Mnuchin Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 13:   Simon Lee Gallery, London, Hong Kong, and New York – Open by appointment only until further notice. Gallery operations continue through remote working.

March 13:   Sargent’s Daughters, New York – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 13:   CHART, New York – Open by appointment as of March 14 until further notice.

March 13:   Metro Pictures, New York – Open by appointment as of March 14.

March 13:   Sprüth Magers, Berlin, London, and Los Angeles – Closed until further notice.

March 13:   Alexandre Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only until further notice.  All public events scheduled for new exhibition “Pat Adams: Works from the 1970s and 80s” postponed indefinitely, including the opening reception originally scheduled for March 21.

March 13:   Leila Heller Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 13:   Printed Matter Bookstore, New York – Closed as of March 13. Bookstore events through mid April have been postponed and will be rescheduled.

March 13:   Bodega Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 13:   Kasmin Gallery, New York – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 13:   David Benrimon Fine Art, New York – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 12:   Nahmad Contemporary, New York – Closed until further notice.

March 12:   Gagosian, New York – All five New York locations are closed from the end of the day on March 13 until a to-be-determined date.

March 13:   Breeder Gallery, Athens – Open by appointment only until further notice.

March 12:   Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York and Rome – Both locations are closed for the next two weeks.

March 12:   Hauser & Wirth, New York and Los Angeles – The New York and Los Angeles locations are closed except by appointment, with all public programming suspended. All global travel for staff has been suspended.

March 12:   Pace Gallery, New York – The New York galleries are closed except by appointment on a case-by-case basis.

March 12:   David Lewis, New York – The gallery is closed indefinitely.

March 12:   Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, New York – The gallery will be closed indefinitely beginning March 14.

March 12:   François Ghebaly, Los Angeles – The gallery will stay open through the end of its current exhibitions on March 29, but is postponing upcoming shows and moving to an appointment-only structure.

Auction Postponements and Auction-House Closures

March 14:     Phillips, US and Europe – All sales in the US and Europe postponed until mid-May, including the 20th-century and contemporary evening and day sales in New York in early May; all offices in the US and Europe closed until further notice.

March 13:     Christie’s, New York and Paris – A total of 14 sales in New York and Paris originally scheduled to be held in March and April will be postponed to dates to be determined, with additional “significant changes to the sales calendar in the Americas and Europe” to follow; offices in 26 locations worldwide closed immediately until further notice.

March 11:   Asia Week New York Auctions – Nearly all themed sales by Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Bonhams, Doyle, Heritage, and iGavel rescheduled from March 12–19 to the week of June 22 (see “Key Upcoming Events to Watch” for more details); sales were originally postponed on February 12 with no new dates specified.

February 24:   Sotheby’s Hong Kong Sales – Modern and contemporary art evening sales originally scheduled for the week of April 3 have been moved to April 16 in New York; sales of jewelry, watches, wine, and Asian art scheduled for the week of April 3 will remain in Hong Kong, but take place in July on dates yet to be announced.

February 14:   Hong Kong Art Gallery Association’s Art Gallery Day – Moved from March 19 to April 3; South Island Art Day moved from March 16 to April 4; an Outdoor Sculpture Installation and Exhibition has been added to the calendar for March 26–April 26, and an Art Talk and Art Picnic has been for March 28.

February 11:   Bonhams Hong Kong Sales – Sales scheduled for March have been postponed to new dates yet to be announced.

February 7:   Christie’s Hong Kong Sales – 20th-century and contemporary art sales moved from March 19–20 to May 30–31; sales of fine wine and rare spirits moved from the week of March 16 to May 29–30.

Key Upcoming Events to Watch

The below events are still scheduled to go forward on the listed dates, but may be canceled or modified in the days or weeks to come. (To see a full list of art fairs scheduled to take place through June 2020, see here.)

March 16:   Sotheby’s New York, Modern and contemporary South Asian art sale

March 20:   Villepin Gallery, Hong Kong, grand opening

March 25–30:   Salon du Dessin, Paris

May 6–10:   Frieze New York

May 8–11:   TEFAF New York Spring

May 14–17:   Photo London

June 15–21:   Liste, Basel

June 18–21:   Art Basel

June 25–July 1:   Masterpiece London

Reopenings

March 13:   China Art Museum, Shanghai

March 13:   Shanghai Power Station of Art – The total number of visitors is limited to 500 per day, and reservations must be made in advance through the museum’s WeChat channel. The museum has also set up emergency quarantine areas on each floor.

March 13:   Shanghai Museum, Shanghai – Guests will have their temperatures taken upon entry, and will have to wear masks for the duration of their visits.

March 13:   Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong and Shanghai

March 13:   Art + Shanghai Gallery, Shanghai

March 13:   ArtCN, Shanghai

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