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Because of the lockdown, the AGN will be closed for at least the month of April.

The Art Gallery of Northumberland reopened on February 23, 2021 - admittance by reservation only.
They have implemented new practices and policies to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience:

FAQ

Q. Will your hours change when you reopen?

A. Yes. Gallery hours are as follows:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Q. How do I book my appointment?
A. You may book online here or by telephone (905) 372-0333.

Q. Are there any changes to the galleries and public spaces?
A. Yes. You will notice increased signage outlining health and safety instructions, as well as hand sanitizing stations throughout the galleries. The number of people in the galleries will be limited.

Q. Are you still offering tours?
A. No. Our gallery guided tours and group tours are currently on hold to avoid crowding in the galleries.

Q. Will the elevators be operating?
A. Yes. Occupancy will be limited.

Q. How will the AGN maintain proper health and safety measures?
A. Only necessary visitor service staff will be inside the galleries. They will be following all health and safety procedures, including wearing masks and gloves, and staying two (2) metres apart. Any staff feeling ill will be asked to stay home. We have increased our cleaning schedule and disinfecting protocols, with particular attention to high touch and high traffic areas including elevators, doors, and handrails. Hand sanitizing stations have been installed in the gallery.

Currently On View: Leszek Wyczolkowski | Equilibrium.

In his print-based works, Wyczolkowski's familiar geometric abstractions incorporate simplified, organic shapes and detailed techniques, all arranged in embossed squares, with colours that are occasionally echoed in the large paintings. This impulse towards geometric abstraction-including intersecting planes and floating shapes-seems to be Wyczolkowski's primary interest, continuing the investigation of reductive form and colour so evident in his paintings.

Enjoy a preview of Leszek Wyczolkowski's works in the video below.