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By Wendy

The fun and insightful foodie blog, Carpe Durham, recently posed a question to readers:
Why do you love the Nasher Museum?
The best quote would earn the reader two tickets to “Alexander Calder and Contemporary Art.”
The winner was announced: Jinky Ang Rosselli of Chapel Hill.
She wrote, “I love Nasher because it’s Duke/Durham’s ‘version’ of art … accessible but limitless.”
Thank you, Jinky!
Jinky is a Duke alum T’94, works at United Therapeutics, is married to Richard Rosselli who works at UNC, and has two kids, 7-year-old Maxwell and 4-year-old Gabriella.

IMAGE: The Rosselli family, including big Nasher Museum fan Jinky (top right).

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