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FRIDA KAHLO

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gabriela norona

on 16 September 2013

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Transcript of FRIDA KAHLO

FRIDA KAHLO
Why did we choose her?
Feminist icon
Women's rights
Latin American identity
Gender inequality
Strength
Biography
Feminist icon
The time (1930's)
Taboo subjects
Oppressive political and social climate
Feminine beauty ideals
Sexually liberated
Leftist-->Fighter for equality
"Hogar de la Madre Soltera Adolescente"
Questions
Where does the need of becoming a feminist start?
What could have been the possible reactions about Frida's physical appearance, behavior and paintings?
After having seen the situation of the girls at the foundation, do you consider that women's role in society has really changed? Is there any improvement?
Would you join a feminist group? why?
What do you think she meant with this quote: "Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?"
Bus accident, 18 years old
35 surgeries
Pain
"I was born a bitch, I was born a painter"
Married Diego Rivera
Miscarriage
Self-Portraits
Art success after death 70's
Mexican and Amerindian Culture
Frida Kahlo Museum
"Surrealist"
Coyoacán, Mexico July 6th 1907 - + July 13th 1954
Physical limitations (polio)
Medicine student
Famous female painter
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