Fall Opening Reception

Usher in the fall season at the Berman Museum of Art with a celebration of its two newest exhibitions.


Join us at the Berman Museum of Art for an evening celebrating two extraordinary exhibitions that delve into the depths of artistic expression and cultural exploration.

Explore the complexities of borders—both physical and conceptual—in Enrique Bostelmann: Apertures and Borderscapes. Through his lens, Bostelmann captures the nuances of identity, displacement, and belonging. His photography also illuminates social issues prevalent today, including the complexities of immigration at the U.S./Mexico border.

In Françoise Gilot: Shaping Freedom Through Abstraction, discover the timelessness of Gilot’s intuitive mastery. The exhibition showcases a captivating selection of the artist’s paintings, prints, and mixed media works in conversation with objects from the her personal archives. Gilot’s journey through life, from the streets of France to the landscapes of America, is beautifully reflected in her art, inviting you to explore the intricate tapestry of her memories and subconscious.

We invite you to kick off the fall season at the Berman Museum of Art with an opening reception to celebrate these exhibitions on Thursday, September 12 at 6 p.m.

Refreshments provided.

This event is free and open to the public. Consider adding a donation to your ticket price to support more free events like this at the Berman Museum of Art.

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