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D. Berman Closes in Wimberly, But Will Assume A Virtual Afterlife

The old interior

Once an Austin mainstay, D. Berman Gallery, which moved to Wimberly last year, is planning to go entirely virtual on February 1, continuing to represent its roster of Texas artists online, through art consultants, and through periodic pop-up shows. The gallery opened its inaugural show at its old space at 1701 Guadalupe St. in 2000, and for a decade+ was one of the few commercial galleries in a city known more for music and artist-run alternative spaces.

also by Bill Davenport
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