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  1. Frida Kahlo: The Painter and Her Work by Helga Prignitz-Poda, 2010-03-15
  2. Imaging Her Selves: Frida Kahlo's Poetics of Identity and Fragmentation by Gannit Ankori, 2002-01-30
  3. Frida Kahlo: The Artist in the Blue House (Adventures in Art) by Magdalena Holzhey, 2003-05
  4. Self Portrait in a Velvet Dress: The Fashion of Frida Kahlo by Carlos Phillips Olmedo, Denise Rosenzweig, et all 2008-06-18
  5. Frida Kahlo (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists) by Mike Venezia, 1999-09
  6. Frida Kahlo: Portraits 0f An Icon by Margaret Hooks, Florence Arquin, et all 2003-02-02
  7. Frida (Spanish Language Edition) by Jonah Winter, 2002-02-01
  8. Con la imagen en el espejo. El autoretrato literario de Frida Kahlo (Spanish Edition) by Maria Cristina Secci, 2009-05-14
  9. Frida Kahlo ArtBox (Artboxes) by Martha Zamora, 1995-09-01
  10. Frida Kahlo (Artists in Their Time) by Jill A. Laidlaw, 2003-03
  11. The Letters of Frida Kahlo: Cartas Apasionadas by Frida Kahlo, Martha Zamora, 1995-11
  12. Me, Frida by Amy Novesky, 2010-10-01
  13. Frida Kahlo And Diego Rivera (Pegasus Series) by Isabel Alcantara, Sandra Egnolff, 2005-01-28
  14. Frida Kahlo: Pinto Su Vida/ Painting Her Life (Latinos Famosos/ Famous Latinos) (Spanish Edition) by Lila Guzman, Rick Guzman, 2007-10

I paint self portraits because I am the person I know best. Frida Kahlo The first major UK exhibition dedicated to her work to take place for over twenty years
"I paint self portraits because I am the person I know best." - Frida Kahlo
The first major UK exhibition dedicated to her work to take place for over twenty years

at the Tate Modern in London from June 9 - October 9, 2005. is a tribute to Frida Kahlo (1907-1954), one of the most influential Mexican painters of the middle twentieth century. This site features a gallery , a bookstore , a film library a music shop as well as several links of interest. biography art books films ... contact If you like this site, link to us! If you have any links you think should be added, please let us know!
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22. The Life And Times Of Frida Kahlo . Life Of Frida | PBS
With slim sable brushes, Frida Kahlo painstakingly rendered her bold unibrow and mustache in dozens of selfportraits. This same Frida also shaved three years off her age, claiming
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With slim sable brushes, Frida Kahlo painstakingly rendered her bold unibrow and mustache in dozens of self-portraits. This same Frida also shaved three years off her age, claiming 1910 to be the year she was born in Coyoacn, Mexico, instead of 1907.
Vanity? Hardly. Frida, always her own favorite model, was not about preserving youthful beauty so much as identifying herself with Mexico, her beloved homeland. Frida's "acquired birth year" just so happens to coincide with the outbreak of the Mexican Revolution (1910) and the overthrow of President Porfirio Diaz.
If her glaring lie seems jarring and incongruous disturbing, even, in the face of her usual unabashed candor reflect for a moment on the juxtaposed images that characterize her paintings. Frida never allowed apparent facts her own birth certificate, for instance to get in the way of a higher truth; the truth in this case being that she and modern Mexico were inextricably bound in both revolution and renaissance.
An understanding of Frida Kahlo, the person as well as the paintings, requires a setting aside of conventional thoughts and dates, as the case may be. At the same time, paradoxically enough, it requires the context of history. She was a revolutionary artist born amidst political chaos in her homeland; born in the year of its own bloody rebirth, give or take a couple years. That image, according to the artist, is more truthful than fact itself. It would be quibbling to disagree.

23. Frida Kahlo - Olga's Gallery
Collection of works of a Mexican artist with a biography and historical comments.
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Biography Page One Frida Kahlo at Artprice To look at auction records, find Kahlo's works in upcoming auctions, check price levels and indexes for his works, read his biography and view his signature, access the Artprice database. Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907, the third of four daughters of Wilhelm Kahlo, a German Jew of Hungarian descent, and Matilde Calderon de Kahlo, a mestizo Mexican. The family lived in a house that the parents had built themselves in 1904, in Coyoacan, a suburb of Mexico City. Fridas maternal grandfather had been a photographer and had taught her father the craft. Wilhelm, who changed his name to Guillermo when he became a Mexican citizen, set himself up in business and rose to relative prosperity, receiving commissions from the Mexican government. However, the Mexican Revolution, which started in 1910 and would continue for several decades, brought an end to this work, and as a result, Kahlos childhood was spent in relative poverty, forcing her to start working at an early age. Continued...

24. The Life And Times Of Frida Kahlo | PBS
This documentary explores the extraordinary life of 20thcentury Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, who became an international sensation in the worlds of modern art and radical politics.
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The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo explores the 20th-century icon who became an international sensation in the worlds of modern art and radical politics. Rita Moreno the Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Grammy Award winning actress narrates the film. Tragedy. Beauty. Controversy.
Explore the intricate symbolism and meaning in five of Frida Kahlo's famous works in this interactive feature.
Discover the connection between each painting and Frida's own life. Also included is detailed information on the art such as completion date, type of medium and current location.
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Corporate funding has been provided by Frito-Lay, Inc. and Sabritas. Funding has also been provided by Peter and Helen Bing, the New Hampshire Humanities Council, Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.
The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo is a production of Daylight Films and WETA Washington, D.C.

25. Frida Kahlo
Biograf a de la artista mexicana relatada en cap tulos y galer a de obras.

26. Kahlo, Frida - Astro-Databank, Frida Kahlo Horoscope, Born 6 July 1907 In Coyoac
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Frida Kahlo born on 6 July 1907 Coyoacan, Mexico,_Frida
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Jump to: navigation search Frida Kahlo natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Frida Kahlo Name Kahlo, Frida Gender : F born on 6 July 1907 at 08:30 (= 08:30 AM ) Place Coyoacan, Mexico, Timezone LMT m99w10 (is local mean time) Data source Quoted BC/BR Rodden Rating AA Astrology data Asc. add Frida Kahlo to 'my astro'
Mexican artist about whom everything was high drama. In pain all of her life, the 5' 3", 98 lb. woman battled drugs and despair, had a tumultuous marriage to her muralist husband and conducted affairs with women and men, including a passionate liaison with Leon Trotsky. Filled with a radiant and explosive fury, her paintings showed a symbolic realism and spoke to contemporary and feminist issues: the pain of love and feminine identity. She was called by Andre Breton, "a ribbon around a bomb." Her work was widely exhibited in Mexico, New York and Paris. Kahlo was the seventh of eight daughters born to a successful German photographer, the son of Jewish Hungarians, who had emigrated to Mexico and a Mexican-Indian mother. It was her dad who introduced her to art, photography and archeology. The girl both loved and scorned her uneducated and very religious mother. There were two older half-sisters from her father's first marriage, four more older sisters, then Freda and a younger sister. As a kid, she was a tomboy and a prankster. At the age of six, she suffered an attack of polio. Left with one leg shorter and thinner, she did a lot of sports to rebuild her strength. At 14, she entered one of Mexico's best schools. In her early teens, she was preparing for a career in medicine, until she suffered a serious auto accident at 16 in Mexico City, 9/17/1925. An electric trolley car crashed into the wooden bus in which she was riding. Freda was pierced by the trolley's metal handrail which entered her lower body on the left side and exited through her vagina. Her spinal column and pelvis were each broken in three places; her collarbone and two ribs broken as well. Her right leg, the one deformed by polio, was shattered, fractured in 11 places and her right foot was dislocated and crushed.

27. Frida Kahlo, Mitica Pittrice Messicana
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Foto Vita Galleria Frida a fumetti ... In libreria
Frida Kahlo e il suo studio Guardate le gallerie e se ancora non la conoscevate resterete colpiti dal suo modo di dipingere, in maniera assolutamente semplice ed efficace, quasi familiare, come certi ex-voto delle nostre belle chiese mediterranee.
STAMPE di FRIDA KAHLO testo: Roberta Balmas - Bollettino Telematico dell'Arte (...) ripensando al suo VIVA LA VIDA, non posso dimenticare che questo stato il suo ultimo saluto. Lo ha scritto otto giorni prima di morire (1954) mentre stava terminando il suo ultimo quadro, in mezzo alle sue angurie cariche di quel rosso vivo sempre ricorrente nei suoi quadri. E' questo grido, questo desiderio continuo di gioia di vivere che ci sorprende sapendo che all'et di diciotto anni, in seguito ad un incidente, viene impalata da una sbarra di metallo dell'autobus su cui ritornava da scuola insieme ad Alex, suo compagno e amico: la sua spina dorsale viene fratturata in tre punti nella regione lombare, il bacino schiacciato, il piede destro spezzato, le pelvi rotte trapassate da parte a parte dal corrimano, situazione che le impedir di conoscere la maternit, se non per pochi mesi, perch avr solo aborti.

28. Frida Kahlo —
Encyclopedia Kahlo, Frida. Kahlo, Frida (frē'd k 'lō) , 1907 – 54, Mexican painter, b. Coyoac n. As a result of an accident at age 15, Kahlo turned her attention from a medical

29. Frida Kahlo
Mit einer Leseprobe aus Wunderlichs Buch EigenSinnige Frauen (Regensburg 1999)
Portrait Frida Kahlo
ich malte meine eigene Wirklichkeit
Im November 1938 zeigt eine New Yorker Galerie erstmals Bilder von Frida Kahlo, im Jahr darauf reist sie zu einer Ausstellung in Paris, und 1940 beteiligt sie sich an der Internationalen Surrealistenausstellung in ihrer Heimatstadt.
Am 13. Juli 1954, sechs Tage nach ihrem 47. Geburtstag, stirbt sie. Leseprobe
Ab 1951 - also von ihrem 44. Lebensjahr an - ist Frida Kahlo auf einen Rollstuhl angewiesen und kommt nicht mehr ohne Schmerzmittel aus.
Trotzdem setzt sie ihre Arbeit fort und beweist,
3 Im April wird sie nach einem Selbstmordversuch im Krankenhaus behandelt.
1) zitiert nach: Hayden Herrera S. 341f
2) Carlos Fuentes: Frida Kahlo. In: Vera Eckstein S. 184
3) Tagebucheintragung vom Februar 1954, zitiert nach: Erika Billeter (Das Blaue Haus) S. 262
4) Lola Alvarez Bravo, zitiert nach: Erika Billeter (Einsame Begegnungen) S. 11f
  • Isabel Alcntara : Frida Kahlo und Diego Rivera. Mnchen / London / New York 1999
  • Ulrike Becker und Imke Krger (Redaktion): Frei und Frau. Sieben eigenwillige Lebensbilder. Bensheim / Dsseldorf 1993

30. Frida Kahlo —
Encyclopedia Kahlo, Frida. Kahlo, Frida (frē'd k 'lō) , 1907 – 54, Mexican painter, b. Coyoac n. As a result of an accident at age 15, Kahlo turned her attention from a
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    Kahlo, Frida key Rivera , whom she later married. Although Kahlo's work is sometimes classified as surrealist and she did exhibit several times with European surrealists, she herself disputed the label. Her preoccupation with female themes and the figurative candor with which she expressed them made her something of a feminist cult figure in the last decades of the 20th cent. Some of her work is exhibited at the Frida Kahlo Museum, situated in her birthplace and subsequent home in suburban Mexico City.
    See The Diary of Frida Kahlo (1995), ed. by S. M. Lowe, and The Letters of Frida Kahlo (1995), ed. by M. Zamora; H. Herrera, Frida (1983); S. M. Lowe, Frida Kahlo (1991); M. Zamora, Frida Kahlo (1991); H. Herrera, Frida Kahlo: The Paintings The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia,
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31. Frida Kahlo                                  
Geschichte der Gro eltern der K nstlerin, die in Baden-Baden lebten und ihr Bild Mis abuelos, mis padres y yo , Verweis auf die Website des Kahlo-Museums in Mexiko-Stadt.

32. Kahlo, Frida Definition Of Kahlo, Frida In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Kahlo, Frida (frē`d k `lō), 1907–54, Mexican painter, b. Coyoac n. As a result of an accident at age 15, Kahlo turned her attention from a medical career to painting., Frida

33. Frida Kahlo
Photos der K nstlerin und ihrer Umgebung aus verschiedenen Lebensabschnitten und etlichen Beispielen aus dem OEuvre.

34. Kahlo, Frida - Definition Of Kahlo, Frida By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaur
Kah lo (k l), Frida 19071954. Mexican artist known for her surrealist self-portraits depicting physical and psychic pain., Frida

35. Frida Kahlo 1907 - 1954 -
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par Nickolas Murray (1938) Frida Kahlo Dès l'âge de 8 ans, Frida est atteinte par la poliomyélite, ce qui lui déformera son pied droit et qui lui vaudra le surnom de "Frida l'estropie". Les deux Fridas
(1939 - 173 x 173 cm) Frida Kahlo et Diego Rivera,
par Nickolas Murray Auto-portrait avec des singes
(1943 - 81,5 x 63 cm) E lle se remarie "Maison bleue" , et Diego utilise celle de San Angel comme atelier. Au fur et à mesure du temps, sa santé se dégrade, et ses douleurs au dos deviennent de plus en plus intolérables. Elle subit sept opérations successives de la colonne vertébrale, sa convalescence qui durera 9 mois, manquera de la rendre folle. Malgré son handicap, et son nouveau fauteuil roulant, elle continue de peindre et de militer, jusqu'à assister à sa tant désirée expositon individuelle dans son propre pays, malgré les conseils de son médecin. Elle meurt le 13 juillet 1954, et est incinre, suite à sa volonté : " Mme dans un cercueil, je ne veux plus jamais rester couche ! ". Salma Hayek Salma Hayek dans Frida
Si vous voulez en savoir plus sur cette femme passionnante : Biographie de Frida Kahlo par Viva Mexico
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36. Kahlo, Frida
Frida Kahlo, SelfPortrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird - 1940
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Friction) Next (Friedrich Dürrenmatt) Frida Kahlo Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón de Rivera, better known as Frida Kahlo (July 6, 1907 to July 13, 1954), was a Mexican painter of the indigenous culture of her country in a style combining Realism , Symbolism and Surrealism . She was the wife of Mexican muralist and cubist painter Diego Rivera. Kahlo's life was a tragic one. Stricken with polio at the age of six and effectively crippled in a streetcar accident as a teenager, she defied the odds, not only by re-learning to walk twice in her life, but by going on to excel in her passion; painting. Kahlo's work, during her lifetime, was recognized primarily by the cultural and intellectual elite, both in Mexico and internationally. Working in mediums that did not lend themselves to mass distribution, she was not known by ordinary Mexicans until years after her death. A child during the Mexican Revolution, Kahlo grew up in an era of social change. In the 1920s Frida espoused a Communist anti-capitalist philosophy. She befriended the famed Bolshevik revolutionary and

37. Kahlo Frida - Email, Address, Phone Numbers, Everything!
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38. Glbtq >> Arts >> Kahlo, Frida
Bisexual Mexican artist Frida Kahlo was a masterful exponent of crossdressing, deliberately using male drag to project power and independence.
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Kahlo, Frida (1907-1954) Bisexual Mexican artist Frida Kahlo has become an international icon for the power and intensity of her art, and the extraordinary suffering that she experienced in life. Born in Mexico on July 6, 1907 to a German photographer and his Mexican second wife, Kahlo became a central figure in revolutionary Mexican politics and twentieth-century art. When childhood polio damaged one leg, the six year-old's reaction was to become an athlete, an early indication of her courage and independence. Sponsor Message.

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Hailed by readers and critics across the country, this engrossing biography of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo reveals a woman of extreme magnetism and originality, an artist whose sensual vibrancy came straight from her own experiences: her childhood near Mexico City during the Mexican Revolution; a devastating accident at age eighteen that left her crippled and unable to bear children; her tempestuous marriage to muralist Diego Rivera and intermittent love affairs with men as diverse as Isamu Noguchi and Leon Trotsky; her association with the Communist Party; her absorption in Mexican folklore and culture; and her dramatic love of spectacle. Here is the tumultuous life of an extraordinary twentieth-century woman with illustrations as rich and haunting as her legend.

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