The question “Will I make it?” leads a first-generation American in her career aspirations and continues to drive her independent journey far away from her family.
Iranian women avoid body hair like the plague. The norm is to commit to hairlessness, which is ironic for a population predominantly blessed with thick, dark hair.
Kimia Ferdowsi Kline’s curatorial career began when she was sitting at the front desk at the Wythe Hotel. It was her first job in New York—no gallery would hire her, she explains.…