The Nevada Museum of Art is is holding an exposition of the international renown Frida Kahlo titled “Her Photos.”
Frida Kahlo, a Mexican artist, known for her iconic biographic paintings had much more to reveal and this exposition get that much more personal.
This gallery is a collection of some of the more than 6,500 personal photographs and items that belonged to her and her husband/artist Diego Rivera. After Kahlo’s death in 1954 these photos were put into storage.
After more than half a century from having this collection of personal memorabilia hidden from the public it now comes to Reno, Nevada. The exposition that reveals a side of Frida Kahlo that was little-known will run through February 16th.
Amanda Horn, director of communications , of the Nevada Museum of Art lets us know every second Saturday of the month is free admission to all families and extends an invitation to the local community.
-J. Diego Zarazua