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BOYLSTON HALL, Structure and Form paintings by M. Farris Nobblitt, through Jan. 31.
THE BUSCH-REISINGER, Ernst Matthes (1878-1918), through Dec. 15.
CARPENTER CENTER, Experimental Color Photography, work of five European photographers, through Jan. 6.
THE FOGG, Newly Re-created: Photographic Printing Processes Revived, through Dec. 2; Nihon Koten Bungei: The Courtly Tradition in Japanese Art and Literature, through Dec. 17.
HILLES LIBRARY, The Early Ceramic Internal Combustion Engines of Jeremiah Rippe (1805-ca. 1868) through Dec. 21. MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, Unearthing China's Past: recent archaeological discoveries in the People's Republic, through Feb. 3.
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