EXHIBITIONS
Frida Kahlo - Retrospective
30th April 2010 – 09th August 2010
Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
 
Cod. A060404 Cod. A020797 Cod. A006773
  Over 120 paintings and drawings by Frida Kahlo will be on display in Germany, for the most extensive exhibition of her life’s work to date.

Frida’s art was the combination of the colourful and cheerful culture of Mexico with the traumatic experiences of the artist’s own life. This is demonstrated throughout the exhibition, showing her artistic development from the New Objectivity, through Mexican Stridentism to Surrealism and her very own blend of Realism.

The masterworks come from Mexican private collections, North American museums and prominent collections in the USA and they include approximately 70 drawings and a collection of works never seen before and assumed to be lost.


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Cod. A389405
Cod. A006784 Cod. A001934


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