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Generous support for Nature × Humanity: Oxman Architects is provided by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and The Sanger Family Architecture and Design Exhibition Fund.
Generous support for Shifting the Silence is provided by Jim Breyer, Angela Chao, and Pat Wilson. Meaningful support is provided by Alka and Ravin Agrawal, Dolly and George Chammas, Roberta and Steve Denning, Agnes Gund, Takeo Obayashi, and Katie and Matt Paige
OXMAN, Aguahoja Pavilion (render on San Francisco Museum of Modern Art terrace), 2018; © OXMAN, 2021; image: OXMAN
Neri Oxman and the Mediated Matter Group, Aguahoja Pavilion (frontal view), 2018; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, gift of Massachusetts Institute of Technology; © Massachusetts Institute of Technology; photo: The Mediated Matter Group
Firelei Báez, Untitled (Baubo), 2020; collection SFMOMA, Shawn and Brook Byers Fund for Women Artists and purchase, by exchange, through a gift of Peggy Guggenheim; © Firelei Báez
Lynn Hershman Leeson, Room #8, 2006–18 (detail); collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund with additional support from Pam Kramlich and Kim Anstatt Morton; the Ruth Nash Fund; and purchase, by exchange, through a gift of Peggy Guggenheim; © Lynn Hershman Leeson; photo: Franz Wamhof; courtesy the artist
7th Floor Sculpture Terrace at SFMOMA; photo: Beth LaBerge; courtesy SFMOMA