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Delayed Exposure Frida Kahlo’s Photography Collection Revealed

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"Usually we think that brave people have no fear. The truth is that they are intimate with fear." ~ Pema Chodron * Frida Kahlo ॐ lis

Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Lucienne Bloch

Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo view a solar eclipse, photographer unknown

“Frida Kahlo and her Itzcuintli Dogs,” photo by Lola Alvarez Bravo, 1944

Frida Kahlo and her Xoloitzcuintli dogs. Photograph c. 1944 by Mexican photographer Lola Alvarez Bravo. Via Merry & Happy, a Korean website great dog art finds, including some of mine.

Frida Kahlo in her last public act, July 2nd, 1954, demonstrating against the CIA organized military coup that overthrew the elected government of Guatemala. A year prior Kahlo’s right leg had been amputated below the knee. Against her doctor’s advice, she went to the protest in a wheel chair while convalescing from pneumonia. She holds a placard with a dove, Por la Paz. Diego Rivera is behind her with his hand on her shoulder. Fewer than two weeks after the protest, Frida Kahlo died.

Photo of Kahlo at a solidarity demonstration for Guatemala

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* Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Caught Kissing, New Workers School, New York City, 1933 photo Lucienne Bloch

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Leo Matiz of Frida Kahlo, Xochimilco, Mexico, Estate Signture in pencil on verso and embossed on recto


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Frida painting a portrait of her father, Wilhelm Kahlo, 1951 Photo by Giséle FreundCourtesy Frida Kahlo Museum Collection© Bank of Mexico Fiduciary in the trust relative to the Frida Kahlo Museum and Diego Rivera [content:shareblock]