Diana Nawi in Conversation with Iman Issa at 356 S. Mission Rd.
Diana Nawi, associate curator at the Pérez Art Museum Miami, visited Los Angeles in November of 2016 to present a public programme in conversation with artist Iman Issa at 356 S. Mission Rd. This public programmeme is part of the Artadia Art & Dialogue series.
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