Frida Inspired

Frida Inspired

Freda Kahlo - Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón was a Mexican painter known for her many portraits, self-portraits, and works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.

Born in Covoacan, Mexico City Mexico on 6 July 1907
Died in Covoacan, Mexico City Mexico on 13 July 1954

Freda the Feminist - Rather than deny that, Frida embraced both of her selves – her femininity and her masculinity – and she lived it confidently instead of exploring it. When she posed for her own portraits, she did not hide the ‘masculine’ features she had, but rather accentuated them, such as her monobrow and faint moustache.

Freda's fight - Freda Kahlo was a Mexican artist known for her fantastical and uncompromising self-portraits that delved into subjects like death, identity, and the human body.

Freda the role model - She became known for painting self-portraits despite having polio as a child and spinal and pelvic injuries from a car accident. Frida Kahlo was a Mexican artist who became famous for her works of art. Since then, she’s served as a role model for artists, people with disabilities and bisexual people.