Frida Kahlo: The Camera Seducedby Elena Poniatowska
Extravagantly beautiful and psychologically complex, Frida Kahlo was a legend in her lifetime. Nearly 40 years after her death, that legend has evolved into a myth. In this collection of 70 photographs, many never before published, Kahlo is shown as innocent, comic, seductress, political activist, and mystery by such diverse photographers as Ansel Adams and Gisele Freund.
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Carla Stellweg has worked with Latin American art and artists for 25 years. In 1989, she founded the Carla Stellweg Latin American and Contemporary Art Gallery, which presents the works of emerging Latino artists. She lives and works in New York City.
Elena Poniatowska was born in Paris in 1933 and is today one of Mexico's leading literary and intellectual figures. Novelist, essayist, and journalist, she was the first woman to win Mexico's prestigious National Journalism Award. Her novella, Dear Diego
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