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Muñoz (1953–2001) was a self-professed storyteller, and indeed, the Spanish artist's monochromatic, figurative sculptures do contain narrative elements, even if they are inconclusive. The installations in this show, for example, include a large set piece of identical, desaturated gray figures in matching baggy uniforms, standing and conversing with each other even though they're missing their feet. Questions like what they may represent (a cocktail party? diplomatic reception?) elude answers; the work is really a monument to impenetrability, as are the other pieces here.