Matthew Terrell, noted widely in Atlanta for his amazing photography work for the nationally critically acclaimed “Legendary Children” exhibit featuring many of the city's emerging drag queens, took his art in ...
The works of noted Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, who was openly bisexual, and her painter husband Diego Rivera make for a fascinating exhibit currently at the High Museum of Art.
Atlanta is the only U.S. city hosting “Frida and Diego: Passion, Politics and Painting,” which opened a few weeks ago and runs through May 12. It’s a joint collaboration with the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto and the Museo Dolores Olmedo in Mexico City, featuring more than 130 works.
It’s the largest-ever collection of the two painters’ art. Atlanta was chosen not just for its reputation as a “vibrant, growing city,” but also for its large Latino-American community, according to Virginia Shearer, director of education at the High Museum of Art.
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