An exhibit of work by Toba Khedori is on display at Perez Art Museum Miami, which reopened Thursday after Hurricane Irma.
An exhibit of work by Toba Khedori is on display at Perez Art Museum Miami, which reopened Thursday after Hurricane Irma. E.J. FLYNN AP
An exhibit of work by Toba Khedori is on display at Perez Art Museum Miami, which reopened Thursday after Hurricane Irma. E.J. FLYNN AP

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