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Celebrating the diverse voices of women in the arts

Following a funicular ride to the Chemosphere, the octagonal flying-saucer-like home made famous in the 1984 movie “Body Double,” Visionary Women held a cocktail reception and dialogue Oct. 15 with noted artist Julie Mehretu and Christine Y. Kim, associate curator of contemporary art for the Los...
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