As a student, she spurned the taunts of the other girls, turning instead to the inspiring politics of the revolutionaries. When a near-fatal bus accident kept her bedridden, she found her own path to freedom in her paintings. Through love, pain, tragedy, and ultimately death, Frida’s identity and art remain a fierce cry of independence.
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Earlier Event: June 28New Voices at the Mercantile: Frida Kahlo
Later Event: June 30Frida Kahlo: Photographic Portraits by Bernard Silberstein