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 (kä′lō), Frida 1907-1954.
Mexican artist known for her surrealist self-portraits depicting physical and psychic pain.
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(ˈkɑ loʊ)
Frida, 1910–54, Mexican painter.
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THE Mexican painter Frida Kahlo can never have known that 60 years after her death her life would be examined in an empathic, frank and thought-provoking way by a disabled actress in a theatrical production.
RACHEL ELIZA GRIFFITHS' FOURTH poetry book, Lighting the Shadow (Four Way Books), probes human experience--from the tragic victims of violence and hatred to portraits of remarkable women, including Frida Kahlo's artistry in the torturous grips of her near-fatal spinal injury.
Freida Kahlo's Garden provides a different perspective on her paintings, using her home and garden as the foundation for an exploration and supporting an exhibition of the same name.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The colorful wardrobe of famed Mexican artist Frida Kahlo will be opened to the public in a new photographic exhibit by artist Ishiuchi Miyako at the Michael Hoppen Gallery in London on May 14, 61 years after Kahlo died.
Get a chance to see an actual work by famous artists like Frida Kahlo and Antonio Ruiz.
Ces concepts seront discutes par rapport a la production de l'artiste japonais Yasumasa Morimura (1951-) et a la reproduction et la reecriture qu'il a effectuees des portraits de l'artiste mexicaine Frida Kahlo (1907-1954).
Frida Kahlo desplegaba tanta originalidad y arte en sus cartas como en sus lienzos.
The vibrant spirit of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo came to life at the Maude Kerns Art Center on Saturday when nine women in colorful clothing, flowers in their hair and, yes, each sporting Kahlo's flamboyant trademark unibrow, competed in a look-alike contest as part of the art center's Dia de Los Muertos exhibit.
ALREADY disabled by polio as a child, Mexican artist Frida Kahlo is involved in a motoring accident at 18 which leaves her with crippling injuries, causing her to be in pain for the rest of her life.