Arizona Frida Kahlo Painting Will Be Featured in San Francisco Art Show in Celebration of Her BirthdayTuesday, June 18th, 2013
An Arizona Frida Kahlo painting by fine artist El Moises will be featured in a San Francisco gallery in honor of celebrating Frida’s birthday on July 2nd, 2013.
The Pasión de Frida is curated by San Franciscan Bird Levy — and she wants you to rejoice and review the Frida inspired arwork created by artists from California and beyond.
Our opening reception is on Tuesday, July 2nd from 3pm to 5pm where art enthusiasts can enjoy music, food and some fabulous surprises. Wearing your favorite Frida ensemble is encouraged.
For your viewing pleasure, Pasión de Frida will run until Tuesday, August 27th.
The work of artist Frida Kahlo brought together various worlds – the world of fantasy and reality, mythology and history, Mexican and European art. Her work included themes of sexuality, race, gender. She identified as a mestiza both culturally and through her sexual orientation.
Its no wonder that the work of Frida Kahlo transcends time and carries over to the lives and experiences we live in the 21st century.