Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera exhibition in Genova

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In the prestigious halls of the Palazzo Ducale in Genova, a major exhibition presents the artistic and biographical sketch of one of the most famous couples of the twentieth century. Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera presents more than 120 works, curated by Helga Prignitz-Poda, with the collaboration of Cristina Kahlo (Frida’s great-niece) and Juan Coronel Rivera (Diego’ grandson), with the aim of telling the secret ties that united the two artists so profoundly and how their creative expression developed over time. What was known as “the union of an elephant with a dove”, the complex relationship of Frida and Diego was an expression of their very personal experiences with no differentiation between daily life and art.

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Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera exhibition in Genova: September 20, 2014 – February 8, 2015

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Frida Kahlo Autoritratto come Tehuana, (o Diego nei miei pensieri), 1943

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Diego Rivera Ritratto di Ruth, 1949 Tina Modotti Diego Rivera, 1929 circa

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Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) The Last supper

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Diego Rivera I Girasoli, 1943 Frida Kahlo Portrait of Diego Rivera, 1937

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Diego Rivera Ritratto di Edsel B. Ford, 1932 Diego Rivera Ritratto di Adolfo Best Maugard, 1913

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Frida Kahlo in México, 1940

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Frida Kahlo The Love Embrace of the Universe, the Earth (Mexico), Myself, Diego and Señor Xólotl, 1949

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Frida Kahlo Self Portrait with Necklace of Thorns, 1940 Frida Kahlo Autoritratto con scimmie, 1943

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Nickolas Muray Frida Kahlo e Diego Rivera a Tizapán, 1937 Martin Munkácsi Diego e Frida, 1934

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Hector García Frida con il dipinto “L’amoroso abbraccio”, 1949

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Frida Kahlo Self Portrait with Braid, 1941

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Nickolas Muray Frida Kahlo on Bench, 1939 Frida Kahlo Self Portrait with Necklace, 1933

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Nickolas Muray Frida Kahlo a New York, 1946

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In Kahlo’s painting “Las Dos Fridas” from 1939, she is shown wearing both the Tehuana and European fashions, which both completely conceal her damaged leg Diego Rivera Paesaggio con cactus, 1931

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Diego Rivera Majandragor Arcnilectrosfera en Sonrisa (Smiling Arachnilectrospheric Mandrake Maiden) San Diego Museum Diego Rivera Portrait of Enriqueta Quetita Dávila (1927)

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Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera exhibition in Genova: September 20, 2014 – February 8, 2015

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When the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo died in 1954, her husband muralist Diego Rivera locked her clothes and jewelry- all personal possessions- into a bathroom. Diego instructed that the room to be unlocked fifteen years after his own death. Forgotten, they stayed there for fifty years. Frida Kahlo, Corset, 1950

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Frida holding an Olmeca figurine at her home, La Casa Azul, in 1939. Photo by Nickolas Muray

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Diego Rivera Flower Seller

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Frida Kahlo, Portrait of Marucha Lavin, 1942

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Diego Rivera Ritratto di Mr Lavin, 1939

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Diego Rivera Ritratto di Robert Tannahill, 1932 Diego Rivera Ritratto di Carlos Pellicer, 1942

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Frida Kahlo Still life with parrot, 1951

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Frida Kahlo Frida e l’aborto, 1932

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Frida Kahlo Self-Portrait Along the Boarder Line Between Mexico and the United States, 1932

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Nickolas Muray - Frida con rebozo rosso

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Frida Kahlo Il cane Itzcuintli e io, 1938

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Frida Kahlo Self Portrait with a Portrait of Diego on the Breast and Maria Between the Eyebrows Frida Kahlo Self-portrait with the Monkey

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Diego Rivera Ritratto di Natasha Gelman, 1943

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Diego Rivera Calla Lily Diego Rivera Flower festival

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Frida Kahlo Fruits of the Earth, 1938

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Diego Rivera. Nude with Calla Lilies Frida Kahlo Me and My Doll, 1937

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Frida Kahlo Self-portrait in a Velvet Dress , 1926 Diego Rivera Venditori di calle (1943)

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Frida Kahlo e Lucienne Bloch Diego e Frida. Il bacio, 1932 Frida Kahlo Portrait of a Woman in White , 1929

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Diego Rivera. Modesta, 1937

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Frida Kahlo My Dress Hangs There, 1933

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Frida Kahlo L’incidente, 1926

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Frida Kahlo The Wounded Deer

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Frida Kahlo Moses o Nucleo Solare, 1945. (IN MOSTRA SOLO A ROMA)

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Anonimo Leon Trotsky and Diego Rivera, 1938 Frida Kahlo Portrait of Natasha Gelman, 1943

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Frida Kahlo Portrait of Lucha Maria, A Girl from Tehuacan, 1942 Frida Kahlo Pancho Villa e la Adelita

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Diego Rivera Ritratto di Dama Oaxaquena, 1949

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Diego Rivera Nude (Frida Kahlo), 1930

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Frida Kahlo, Self-Portrait Dedicated tomLeon Trotsky (Between the Curtains), 1937 Frida Kahlo, Self-Portrait Dedicated to Dr. Eloesser, 1940

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Frida Kahlo The Wounded Deer

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Diego Rivera Studio per la figura della Creazione, 1922 Diego Rivera Ritratto di Cristina Kahlo, 1934

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Sound : Lila Downs - Tu Recuerdo y Yo; La Noche de Mi Mal; Arrancame la Vida; Paloma Negra Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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