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[Opening for "Berggruen at Art Center: Selected works from the John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco. From 1978."]
ArtCenter College of Design
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ArtCenter College of Design
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Exhibition opening at Art Center College of Design for "Berggruen at Art Center-- Selected works from the John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco. From 1978." Footage shows people in the gallery for the opening reception and some of the artwork.
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16mm film
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ArtCenter College of Design
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