Claes Oldennburg and Coosje van Bruggen’s “Geometric Apple Core,” 1991, as seen at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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The revamped San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened Saturday with a marching band, jumbo red balloons and red confetti raining down from the top of the new 10-story white building with a bulging side.The celebration comes after a three-year redesign that nearly tripled the building's gallery space and added sculpture gardens, education spaces, a giant living wall and outdoor terraces with sweeping city views.Highlights include 260 pieces of art from the collection of Gap founders Doris and Donald Fisher, more than 600 works promised through the museum's Campaign for Art, and pieces from the New Pritzker Center for Photography Inaugurate Museum, museum officials said.
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