Naples Illustrated

EXTERIOR Explorations

“We won’t know until we know,” was a common refrain from cultural organizations, nonprofits, and galleries in late March as we assembled the calendar for this issue. May and June were too distant for planning, as the uncertain impacts of COVID-19 remained vastly unknown. From galas to author talks, gatherings large and small were canceled or postponed, creating a domino effect expected to affect artists, performers, and institutions well into May and June—and, potentially, beyond.

Despite the lack of formal events, art continues to surround us

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