Allison Cohen’s first exposure to art was to two Andy Warhol portraits of Marilyn Monroe, which hung over the fireplace in her parents’ living room in Chevy Chase, Md. Even as a child, she found herself fervently defending modern art to her friends.
“If you love something, you want other people to love it too,” Cohen says.
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