Frida Kahlo

Author: Malka Drucker
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
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Even though Frida put her name first on the title and says, "Here you see us, me,"
she painted Diego as the artist and herself as the little wife. He holds the palette
and ... Everything about Diego is big, but the contrast between their feet is
amazing — his are five times the size of hers — and it symbolizes the difference
in their art. His art was large, ... When Diego finished his frescoes in June 1931,
they eagerly returned home to Mexico to begin building their dream house. Frida
wrote Dr.

Searching For Che

Author: Harold Anderson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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“This place called Casa Azul where Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera lived. ...
unfinished, and hailed a cab. “El hospital,” Jason said, wincing as he
repositioned himself in the backseat. His back was killing him and the cheap taxi
seats had no support. He should've ordered a car. “Which one?” the cabbie
asked. “The big ... For weeks on end, he had fitful nights of little to no sleep,
dreaming strange half—dreams, dreams of being constantly awake and walking
through life in a trance.

Art Book Review

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Taking it All by Jean Martin Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo by Hayden Herrera,
507 pages, 35 colour illustrations, 96 mono lis. (Harper and Row, $21.95) Frida
Kahlo and Tina Modotti, Exhibition Catalog by Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen,
79 pages, 18 colour illustrations, plus mono illustrations (Whitechapel Gallery,
$12.00) Whitaker's announce a new monthly publication. WHITAKER'S
CLASSIFIED MONTHLY BOOK. Mexican art had its greatest moment in the
United States ...

Arts Magazine

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Out of el bolsón de Mapimi, the big bag from Mapimi, would come the contents of
the big armoire from the bedroom: rag dolls, puppets, decorative stamps, or even
a real pis. tol. Perhaps the little horseman once went visiting in the big bag. He is
surely from the playful part of Frida. The niña, who looks wonderingly at the judas
, the pre-Columbian statue, the skeleton, and the toy horseman, is Frida Kahlo
herself. De Chirico seldom included people in his disquieting landscapes.


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This article coincides with a major exhibition of Frida Kahlo's work at the
Whitechapel, London. It is the first time her ... It is interesting that the European/
US male-defined tradition of criticism could not see Kahlo's powerfully disturbing
images as a woman's reality but could only accept them as dreams and
intellectual fantasizing. It was only in ... It was from Mexican roots that Frida Kahlo
drew most of her influences - from the popular art of the Mexican people and from
the Aztec culture.