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WITH WORKERS UNWRAPping carefully packed paintings and drilling holes in the walls around her, Nohra Haime sits in her art gallery, located on the sixth floor of the prestigious Fuller Building in midtown Manhattan. The exhibit she's about to open is a perfect illustration of Haime's approach to Latin American art. It's called "Visible-Invisible: Four Visions," and it features four female artists: one Canadian, one US and two Latin American.
Despite her reputation as an expert in Latin American art, Haime--a native Colombian--says she has always taken a universal approach to artistic work. "We have an eclectic taste, and we're international," she says. "I am interested in breaking frontiers."