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Curator Henry Urbach culls the <strong xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">San Francisco Museum of Modern Art</strong>'s holdings for "Austere," a timely study of "reduced form and sober purpose." Thomas Ruff photographs of Mies' Barcelona Pavilion share space with stark photographs of water towers by Bernd and Hilla Becher and rusted cold-rolled steel models by the late German architect Simon Ungers (pictured). Through July 7.
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Curator Henry Urbach culls the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's holdings for "Austere," a timely study of "reduced form and sober purpose." Thomas Ruff photographs of Mies' Barcelona Pavilion share space with stark photographs of water towers by Bernd and Hilla Becher and rusted cold-rolled steel models by the late German architect Simon Ungers (pictured). Through July 7.
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