Frida Kahlo made her own face famous by painting a seemingly endless series of self-portraits that span over her 30-year career.

All of her artworks demonstrated a fierce sense of pride in her heritage that flew in the face of traditional European art school movements.

She also had a very real, if not obsessive, passion for her marriage and husband who didn't follow the bourgeois and Catholic traditions of monogamous relationships yet he loved her and cared for her to the end of her life.

Frida was an artist who truly understood the spirit of the human condition and its ability to rise above pain, suffering and disappointment in order to participate in the precious essence of life. 

This lecture and slideshow presentation will not only explore the dynamics of early 20th century European and Mexican art, it will enhance the life of Frida Kahlo and her artworks as gifts of expressive, visionary self-interpretations. 

Her artifacts. 

PRESENTATION by Karla Darocas = 
TIME: 10:30 H = sharp!
FEE: 10 Euros = payable upon entry


NOTE: This is a highly emotional presentation so best bring some tissues!