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ICELAND FROM THE OUTSIDE BY BARBARA HINES AND ALEXANDER DUNCAN

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Half hour appointment reservation to view the exhibition "Iceland from the Outside" by Barbara Hines and Alexander Duncan

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The Gallery at The Kranzberg presents Iceland from the Outside, paintings by Barbara Hines and Alexander McQueen Duncan. This joint exhibition by an Australian and a British artist engaging with the remarkable primordial landscape of Iceland focuses on glaciers, ice floes, water, and gravity. Their diverse and separate approaches explore very different aspects of this raw country, a land encompassing all the elements and therefore, change. Iceland from the Outside will be on display by appointment only with full COVID-19 mitigation policies in place from Saturday, September 25 through Saturday, November 13, 2021.

**Please reserve one ticket per person. Due to internal scheduling requirements, appointments must be made 24 hours in advance.**

It is possible that different groups will arrive at the same time due to our ticketing system, but rest assured that our space is large enough to accommodate social distancing for everyone. Our capacity for this show is 5 and we sell no more than 5 tickets per half hour appointment slot.

If you are unable to make your appointment, please email janae@kranzbergartsfoundation.org or call (314)533-0367 ext 105. This helps us manage appointment availability and our workflow for the day. Should you be interested, we will also assist with rescheduling at this time.

Info on our COVID-19 policies can be found here . Please review it with your guests, noting face coverings are required.

Upon arrival to your appointment, please call (314)533-0367 ext 105. We will then let you into the gallery. Thank you!

For inquiries please call (314)533-0367 ext 105 or email janae@kranzbergartsfoundation.org

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