Frida Friday: In 2001, the USPS issued a Frida Kahlo stamp, making her the first Hispanic woman whose face has appeared on a U.S. stamp.
This board is dedicated to all things Frida in honor of “Frida Kahlo, Her Photos” a MOLAA exhibition on view from March 15 â June 8. The exhibition presents a selection of 257 photographs divided into six themes: Her parents; The Casa Azul; Her Crippled Body; Fridaâs Loves; Photography and Diegoâs Gaze. *A lot of the photos and videos on this board are not part of the exhibition. Please note that the images included in “Frida Kahlo, Her Photos” are labeled as such.
Follow our board on Pinterest that focuses on Frida Kahlo in honor our upcoming exhibition Frida Kahlo, Her Photos which opens on March 15.
MOLAA seeks submissions by artists for a virtual display honoring Mexican artist Frida Kahlo in conjunction with the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Her Photos. Images must pay homage to Frida Kahlo, her life or her body of work. Direct reproductions of her paintings will be disqualified.
Artists chosen to participate in the juried display will have their works digitally projected during MOLAA’s Annual Women’s Day Festival which takes place on Sunday, March 16, 2014. To submit up to three entries for consideration, review and submit the information provided here, along with digital reproductions of your work, as outlined by the registration form. Questions can be sent to email@example.com.
Deadline to enter: Sunday, February 16, 2014. Selected artists will be notified the week of February 28, 2014.
(Image Credit: Frida Kahlo with the doctor Juan Farill, by Gisèle Freund, 1951 ©Frida Kahlo Museum)