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As an art historian, I have never thought of this idea! Love them all, especially Frida. Salama Hayek has nothing on this girl! 🙂 Rothstein, Edward (16 October 1992). "Venerating Frida Kahlo". New York Times . Retrieved 17 November 2015. February – 30 April 2016 – Frida Kahlo: Paintings and Graphic Art From Mexican Collections at the Faberge Museum, St. Petersburg. Russia's first retrospective of Kahlo's work.
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Fans popped into the comments of Hargitay's post to let her know they gave her costume two thumbs up. Mariska Hargitay previously dressed up as Mexican painter Frida Kahlo in May 2020. Jean Catuffe / GC Images via Getty ImagesWhat was it to be a Mexican?– modern, yet pre-Columbian; young, yet old; anti-Catholic yet Catholic; Western, yet New World; developing, yet underdeveloped; independent, yet colonized; mestizo, yet not Spanish nor Indian.  October 2007 – 20 January 2008 – Frida Kahlo an exhibition at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 20 February – 18 May 2008; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 16 June – 28 September 2008. Kahlo has also been the subject of several stage performances. Annabelle Lopez Ochoa choreographed a one-act ballet titled Broken Wings for the English National Ballet, which debuted in 2016, Tamara Rojo originated Kahlo in the ballet.  Dutch National Ballet then commissioned Lopez Ochoa to create a full-length version of the ballet, Frida, which premiered in 2020, with Maia Makhateli as Kahlo.  She also inspired three operas: Robert Xavier Rodriguez's Frida, which premiered at the American Music Theater Festival in Philadelphia in 1991;  Kalevi Aho's Frida y Diego, which premiered at the Helsinki Music Centre in Helsinki, Finland in 2014;  and Gabriela Lena Frank's El último sueño de Frida y Diego, which premiered at the San Diego Opera in 2022. 
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In 2018, Mattel unveiled seventeen new Barbie dolls in celebration of International Women's Day, including one of Kahlo. Critics objected to the doll's slim waist and noticeably missing unibrow. 
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These costumes are perfection. What a great opportunity to get kids interested and informed about famous artists. And the whole thing about the ear is hilarious. So what if the kid doesn’t really understand it…the (art-educated) people handing out the treats will get a laugh out of it. January 2022 onwards Frida Kahlo: The Life of an Icon at Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney. Audio visual exhibition created by the Frida Kahlo Corporation.  
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The year spent in Detroit was a difficult time for Kahlo. Although she had enjoyed visiting San Francisco and New York City, she disliked aspects of American society, which she regarded as colonialist, as well as most Americans, whom she found "boring".  She disliked having to socialize with capitalists such as Henry and Edsel Ford, and was angered that many of the hotels in Detroit refused to accept Jewish guests.  In a letter to a friend, she wrote that "although I am very interested in all the industrial and mechanical development of the United States", she felt "a bit of a rage against all the rich guys here, since I have seen thousands of people in the most terrible misery without anything to eat and with no place to sleep, that is what has most impressed me here, it is terrifying to see the rich having parties day and night while thousands and thousands of people are dying of hunger."  Kahlo's time in Detroit was also complicated by a pregnancy. Her doctor agreed to perform an abortion, but the medication used was ineffective.  Kahlo was deeply ambivalent about having a child and had already undergone an abortion earlier in her marriage to Rivera.  Following the failed abortion, she reluctantly agreed to continue with the pregnancy, but miscarried in July, which caused a serious hemorrhage that required her being hospitalized for two weeks.  Less than three months later, her mother died from complications of surgery in Mexico.  External images O'Sullivan, Michael (2 December 1996). "Putting the Best Face on Frida Kahlo". The Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286 . Retrieved 21 July 2020. It would be much easier to explain a hugely-influential historically-documented troubled artist personified in such an iconic way thank it would be to have to explain most of the costumes on here:Jordan, these are fantastic! They made me laugh out loud at my desk! I’m absolutely loving this series.