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Salma Hayek Is Almost Unrecognizable In Her First Audition Tape For Mexican TV

Before Salma Hayek became Frida Kahlo on the silver screen, she portrayed the beautiful but manipulative Teresa in the 1989 telenovela "Teresa." The soap opera was a hit for Mexico's TV network, Televisa, and Hayek became a star. Nearly three decades later, Univision's "!Despierta América!" found Hayek's first audition tape for Televisa. Show More Summary

Frida Kahlo’s ‘Dos Mujeres’ Finds A New Home In Boston

…and Dos Mujeres makes thirteen. Prior to The Museum of Fine Art’s acquisition of the first painting Frida Kahlo ever sold, there were twelve of her paintings in U.S. museum collections. Earlier this week, the trustees of the Boston gallery made it a baker’s dozen when they agreed to the purchase for an amount that... Show More Summary

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston acquires "Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia)" by Frida Kahlo

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, has acquired Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia) (1928) by Frida Kahlo (1907?1954). The painting depicts two Mexican women set against dense tropical foliage. Held privately in the United States since 1929?when it was purchased directly from the artist?the portrait was the first painting ever sold by Kahlo. Show More Summary

Frida Kahlo on How Love Amplifies Beauty: Her Breathtaking Tribute to Diego Rivera

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Brain Pickings

"I do not think that the banks of a river suffer because they let the river flow."

‘They Were A Model To Me’: Patti Smith On Frida Kahlo And Diego Rivera

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“They helped me really prepare for my life with Robert [Mapplethorpe]. These were two artists who believed in one another, and each trusted the other as a shepherd of their art. And that was worth fighting for through their love affairs and fights and disappointments and arguments. They always came back to each other through […]

Barbie as a Renaissance princess is one of this artist's smart, subversive creations

What would Starbucks look like if its executives travelled through a time warp and commissioned Frida Kahlo to design its logo? An art project from Philippines-based artist Eisen Bernardo provides as good a guess as any. The collection,...Show More Summary

The Surprising Benefit Of Going Through Hard Times

last monthNews : Huffington Post

This excerpt is from the new book Wired to Create: Unravelling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind, by psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman and HuffPost Senior Writer Carolyn Gregoire. One of Frida Kahlo’s most famous self-portraits depicts...Show More Summary

Where Frida Kahlo Got Her Sartorial Style

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“‘Mi vestido soy yo,’ Frida Kahlo used to say – my clothing is me. … Kahlo’s look was inspired by the traditional clothes of the Tehuantepec region of southeast Mexico, where women often earn more money than their husbands and administer the family assets.” (photo journal)

Cute kittens put purrrfect touches on renowned artwork

Fine art movements come and go, but true creative genius is reimagined by every generation — of cats. That's right, these talented kittens recreate masterpieces of some of the most celebrated painters of all time. Frida Kahlo, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Alma Thomas — there's an artist inside of every cat Read more: http://on.mash.to/1NwMr0b Read more... Show More Summary

Mustache-a-day: Frida Kahlo

Gender fluidity deconstructs false gender roles. The post Mustache-a-day: Frida Kahlo appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Final Days to Catch Frida Kahlo at New York Botanical Garden

4 months agoLGBT / Gay : Out Traveler G.P.S.

Stroll through the artist's beloved Casa Azul reimagined in the Conservatory and see rare works of art while feeling transported to Mexico read more

The Bisexual Pioneers In History You Need To Know

4 months agoNews : Huffington Post

EmbedContent(562a93f2e4b0ec0a38948485,,Embed,html,Some({})) From James Baldwin to Frida Kahlo, HuffPost Live discusses bisexual pioneers who've made an impact in the community with Alex Berg, our producer and in-house bisexuality aficionado,...Show More Summary

See NY Botanical Garden's Beyonce-Approved Frida Kahlo Exhibit Before It Closes

  The New York Botanical Garden's brilliant exhibit about Frida Kahlo and her relationship with nature, Frida: Art Garden Life closes after next weekend, so you should make plans to see it soon! [ more › ]

23 Frida Kahlo-Inspired Looks To Steal This Halloween

4 months agoNews : Huffington Post

It's hard to blame people for wanting to imitate Frida Kahlo's distinct look. Arguably one of the most celebrated artists of all time, Kahlo’s personal style and aesthetics were as iconic and bold as her canvases. So it’s really no wonder...Show More Summary

Holy Frida Kahlo, It's A Feminist Art Coloring Book

4 months agoNews : Huffington Post

If you've ever made a Judy Chicago joke while attending a dinner party, or put on a gorilla mask and high heels to fight the patriarchy in style, or pondered a big decision by asking yourself, What Would Yoko Do? -- this is the coloring...Show More Summary

Guess Who This Cutie Pie Turned Into!

4 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : TMZ.com

Before this comedy queen was cracking us up on "Saturday Night Live," she was just another little lady channeling her inner Frida Kahlo in Tehran, Iran. Can you guess who she is!?

The Coupled Up Carters: Beyoncé Shares Booed Up Photos With Hubby Hov

4 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Bossip

Beyoncé Posts New Jay Z Photos On Instagram Baddie Bey is sharing more coupled up photos with Hubby Hov. After already posting Blue Ivy’s visit to the Frida Kahlo exhibit at the Botanical Gardens on IG (above), Bey posted some

Beyonce and Blue Ivy with Frida Kahlo in the Bronx (PHOTOS)

Beyonce and Blue Ivy visited the Frida Kahlo exhibition at the Bronx Botanical Gardens on Friday. Take a look:

A Set Designer on Recreating Frida Kahlo’s Home

4 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

"That’s the home she grew up in with her family, and that’s the home she returned to at the end of her life. It was a wonderful oasis of all things Mexican: color, nature, food. There’s a vitality about the space."

Frida Kahlo Show Set to Break Attendance Record at New York Botanical Garden

"Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life" is expected to draw more than half a million people to the New York Botanical Garden.

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