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Yes, Frida had an attitude, a style, her own individuality which would stand out like her paintings. Though Frida Kahlo who was a Mexican painter ,was born on July 6, 1907, but she was not only a painter. she insisted on listing July 7, 1910, as her birth date — the start of the Mexican revolution — so that her life would parallel the birth of modern Mexico. The iconic artist arrived at her strong political convictions
“I feel uneasy about my painting. Above all, I want to transform it into something useful for the Communist revolutionary movement since up to now I have only painted the earnest portrayal of myself, but I’m very far from work that could serve the Party. I have to fight with all my strength to contribute the few positive things my health allows me to the revolution. The only true reason to live for.” She said in one of her interviews.
A photography exhibition by Ishiuchi Miyako at Michael Hoppen Gallery displayed many a Frida’s personal photographs. , the images capture Kahlo’s deeply felt connection with fashion and tell the story of how she made clothes part of her identity. The items are much more than the sum of their fabric.
The exhibition also indicates and tells the world that Frida was a remarkable woman Kahlo was. She’s arguably the world’s most famous female artist and her works are highly prized