BAM exhibits open today

Alvaro Naddeo, Zika, 2020, watercolor on paper is part of the “People / Places / Things: Perspectives on Identity and Moments of Familiarity” exhibit opening today. Naddeo uses urban detritus as the subject matter of his alluring watercolor paintings that test viewer notions of value and disposability.

“People/Places/Things: Perspectives on Identity and Moments of Familiarity” will be on display at the Bradbury Art Museum beginning this evening and continuing through Nov. 30.

The opening reception will be tonight (Sept. 8) from 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m. for three different exhibits at the museum.

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