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SFMoMA: Brassai and Louis Stettner to Feb 18, 2019
Old 12-05-2018   #1
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SFMoMA: Brassai and Louis Stettner to Feb 18, 2019

A heads up to any Brassai and Stettner (the latter new to me) likers in the San Francisco area, SF MoMA has Brassai until February 18 and Stettner to May 27, 2019. Details.
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Yet another reason to wish I still lived in the Bay Area. I just finished reading Brassai's Letters to my Parents. It was tremendously entertaining.
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On a slightly different note, SF MOMA will losing Richard Serra's "Sequence" and it's moving back to Sanford.

I always liked this outdoors (much better natural lighting) then indoors at SF MOMA.
I really hope that Sanford keeps it outdoors again.
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