Masks go beyond the pandemic: With myriad functions and meanings, they heal, hide and preserve. In “Dreambody,” a new exhibit at Tama One, 21 artists display their interpretations of the mask. It’s the third exhibit at the Olema gallery since it opened in December 2020 in a building that survived the 1906 earthquake, leaving the door frames and . . .

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