COVID-19 | Doing Our Part
The past weeks have been incredibly challenging as we are faced with the health and safety consequences of the COVID-19 virus spread. Our main focus has been to ensure the safety of our employees and clients, and we are responding accordingly.
Consequently, Galerie Ron Mandos has decided to remain open, however only by appointment, as we continue to monitor the situation. The safety of our community is the gallery’s utmost priority and we abide by all recommended measures to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Please do not hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Now more than ever, it is important to remember that communal engagement with art is crucial in these challenging times. To the best of our ability, we are going to continue doing what we do best, which is to provide our community with beautiful works of art. To this end, we are pleased to announce our inaugural online viewing room, opening Wednesday March 18th. On view will be a carefully curated selection of works by Hans Op de Beeck, Anthony Goicolea, Levi van Veluw and Renie Spoelstra. Please note that these works will only be on view in our online viewing room.
Lastly, we have made the decision to extend our two current exhibitions, Nordic Noir by Renie Spoelstra, and Lost In Time by Pavel Grosu. Both exhibitions will now end on 11 April instead of 28 March.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to the gallery, and staying in touch through all our social and virtual channels.
We wish you all the best of health, and hope to see you soon.
With best regards,
Galerie Ron Mandos