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Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection at The Heard Museum in Phoenix, AZ August 2017

Last Friday, Mom, my friend Valerie and I went to the Heard Museum for the Frida and Diego exhibit. This is what we saw.

Angel Zárraga

Angel Zárraga

Rufino Tamayo

collage work by Kahlo

I don't remember seeing these sketches in any of my Frida books and I found these fascinating.

Not Frida's actual wardrobe but shown to represent her style.

Nickolas Murray photographs

Frida's Father, Guillermo Kahlo's photographs

María Izquierdo 

Lola Álvarez Bravo

Lola Alvarez Bravo

Gisele Freund

Hector Garcia

Bernard Silberstein

Fritz Henle

Bernard Silberstein

 David Alfaro Siqueiros

 Rufino Tamayo

Apologies to the photographers. I will try to add the names below each as soon as possible.


cindler@verizon.net said...

Hi Kelly, Thank you for posting those photos of Frida and Diego. She was Extraordinary! I will have to read more about her.

Leslie said...

Wonderful documentation, Kel! Looks like an absolutely phenom exhibit! Thanks for sharing with those of us that are too far away to go see it in person.