Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up | Author: Claire Wilcox
A gorgeous book focusing on Frida Kahlo 's wardrobe - as distinctive and instantly recognisable as her much-celebrated art.
Frida Kahlo (1907-1958) was an artist with a unique international appeal. Her instantly recognisable work draws extensively on her life and her extraordinarily personal reflections upon it. On Kahlo 's death, her husband Diego Rivera ordered that her most private possessions be locked away until fifteen years after his death. The bathroom in which her belongings were stored in fact remained unopened until 2004. This incredible archive will give the reader a unique window into Kahlo 's life. It will focus on the personal, combining her prosthetics and clothes with self-portraits, diary entries and letters to build an intimate portrait of the artist through her possessions, setting this in the context of her political and social beliefs.
Author: Claire Wilcox and Circe Henestrosa
28 x 22.5 x 3cm
NIRIN: 22nd Biennale of Sydney 2020
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Scarf - Tatsuo Miyajima
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