Surrealist Andre Breton called the work of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo " a bomb with a ribbon around it." And Isanu
Noguchi describes it as a private diary of herself. The epic work of muralist Diego Rivera, to whom she was married,
often overshadowed its miniature detail. Kahlo said she simply painted her life. This week we present the story of that
life, delving into Kahlo's work borne of the color of Mexico's popular culture, the political legacy of Villa, Zapata
and the Revolution of 1910, the violence of a debilitating spinal injury, the pain of lost motherhood and the
desperation of immobility.
|Frida Kahlo: Viva La Vida
Frida Kahlo:Viva La Vida was produced by Katie Davis.
Frida Kahlo - Wounded Woman, Cultural Icon
Without a doubt, Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) was one of the most influential artists of Mexico in the middle twentieth century. Using self-portraiture to announce herself and explore the tangled realm of her feelings, Kahlo's unworldly art teaches much about
Artist Profile: Frida Kahlo
Comprehensive overview of Kahlo's life, including an ftp site for her artwork and links to more information.
Frida's Fiestas: Recipes and Reminiscences of Life with Frida Kahlo
by: Guadalupe Rivera 1994
In the tradition of the bestselling Monet's Table, Frida's Fiestas is an account of many important and happy events in the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, and a scrapbook of recipes for more than 100 dishes that Frida served to family and friends. Illustrated with archival family photos and new color photos.
The Diary of Frida Kahlo: An Intimate Self-Portrait
by: Frida Kahlo 2005
Frida Kahlo's amazing illustrated journal documents the last ten years of her turbulent life. This passionate, often surprising, intimate record, kept under lock and key for some forty years in Mexico, reveals many new dimensions in the complex persona of this remarkable Mexican artist.
by: Mike Venezia 1999
Discusses the life of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, including her childhood, her art, and her marriage to Diego Rivera.