Wed, Sep 19, 7 pm
Kahlo’s personal tragedies changed the trajectory of her life and sent her on a dramatic path, becoming one of Mexico’s most celebrated female artists. Inspired by Mexico’s folk art, Catholicism and pre- Colombian mythology, Kahlo mixed elements of reality and fantasy to question gender, class and race in Mexican society. Kahlo defined a fiercely personal, feminist identity.
Presenter: Dawn Boone
$10 (includes wine) / No RSVP
Frida Kahlo 1907-1954: Pain and Passion by Andrea Kettenmann