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Doral Contemporary Art Museum at Announces Exhibition “Women of Vision” in Observance



To commemorate Women’s History Month this March, Doral Contemporary Art Museum (DORCAM) at CityPlace Doral is pleased to announce its new exhibition “Women of Vision.” Debuting March 4-31, “Women of Vision” be on view at CityPlace Doral in suite #123.


Curated by Ninoska Huerta with text by Carol Damian, PhD, the exhibition will showcase the works of 13 women in the abstract and geometric world. Artists include: Nela Arias-Missin, Genevieve Claisse, Corina Hoher, Carola Bravo, Gloria Lorenzo, Valentina Bilbao, Lynn Kislak, Miriam Costanza, Sydia Reyes, Adriana Dorta, Carolina Sanllehi, Ivonne Ferrer and Valeria Yamamoto.


DORCAM aspires to propel the art world into a 21st century contemporary context. The spirit of the museum is to be inclusive of artists in different disciplines and trades. It contributes to the community through ever changing exhibitions that strengthen social unity and encourage diversity and understanding in a space that will foster open dialogue, the free exchange of ideas, and offer educational programs.


By ML Staff. Image courtesy of DORCAM

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