Inspired by “Kahlo and Her Circle,” this ten-week course gives insight on the life, works, world, and legacy of one of the 20th-century’s most renowned artists, Frida Kahlo.
Celebrate all things Kahlo and immerse yourself in the origins of Mexican modernism, the turbulent times that created revolutionary change in art and culture, as well as Kahlo’s relationship with Diego Rivera and her path-breaking explorations of gender roles. Hear from curators and other experts on the pivotal parts that photography, fashion, music, and surrealism played in Kahlo’s art and life and her influence on, modern and contemporary Mexican art.
Wednesdays, September 28–December 7, 1–2:30 pm
Take the full ten-week course or pick and choose the lectures that interest you most.
Frida Kahlo, Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia) (detail), 1928. Oil on canvas.Charles H. Bayley Picture and Paintings Fund, William Francis Warden Fund, Sophie M. Friedman Fund, Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow Fund, Tompkins Collection—Arthur Gordon Tompkins Fund, Gift of Jessie H. Wilkinson—Jessie H. Wilkinson Fund, and Robert M. Rosenberg Fund.
Multi-session course packages are now available. Please note that this course package is not available after the date of the first session.
For more information and to purchase individual sessions, select from the “In This Series” section.
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