In her home in Lexington, artist Diane Kahlo sat behind paintings from her exhibit Wall of Memories: The Disappeared Señoritas of Ciudad Juárez. So far, she has painted the faces of more than 150 girls and women who have been murdered in the Mexican city. Hundreds more have been killed.
In her home in Lexington, artist Diane Kahlo sat behind paintings from her exhibit Wall of Memories: The Disappeared Señoritas of Ciudad Juárez. So far, she has painted the faces of more than 150 girls and women who have been murdered in the Mexican city. Hundreds more have been killed.
In her home in Lexington, artist Diane Kahlo sat behind paintings from her exhibit Wall of Memories: The Disappeared Señoritas of Ciudad Juárez. So far, she has painted the faces of more than 150 girls and women who have been murdered in the Mexican city. Hundreds more have been killed.

Artist immortalizes 'disposable' slain women of Ciudad Juárez

October 09, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 09, 2011 09:22 AM

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