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フリーダ・カーロ 展(6/5~9/6)FRIDA KAHLO: TIMELESS


メキシコの現代絵画を代表する画家、フリーダ・カーロ(1907-1954)。波乱の生涯を送ったこの唯一無二の画家の作品展「FRIDA KAHLO: TIMELESS 」が、シカゴ西部郊外、グレン・エレン(Glen Ellyn)の 「Cleve Carney Museum of Art and the McAninch Arts Center at the College of DuPage (カレッジ・オブ・デュペイジ付属美術館)にて6月5日より9月6日まで、開催される。



フリーダ・カーロについての動画:Ted Talk(日本語サブタイトル):



By Phone: 630-942-4000 Timed Tickets are $23* and are for a specific time and date. Untimed Tickets are $40* and are for a specific date only.

会場:Cleve Carney Museum of Art and the McAninch Arts Center

住所:425 Fawell Blvd. Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137

電話:(630) 942-2321

時間: M: 10:00am-6:00pm T: 10:00am-6:00pm W: 10:00am-6:00pm Th: 10:00am-10:00pm F: 10:00am-6:00pm Sa: 10:00am-6:00pm Su: 10:00am-6:00pm


Presented by the Cleve Carney Museum of Art and the McAninch Arts Center at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, IL, this comprehensive presentation of the life and works of the artist Frida Kahlo will feature 26 original pieces as well as an immersive historical exhibit that provides a framework of the life, circumstances and events that led to Kahlo becoming one of the most important painters of the 20th century and of our time.

Alongside the 26 original works, this immersive exhibition features:

  • a multimedia timeline with replicas of notable objects from Kahlo’s life

  • more than 100 photographic images from the artist’s life,

  • a family-friendly children’s area

  • a Frida Kahlo-inspired garden designed by Ball Horticultural

Frida Kahlo: Timeless considers the many elements at play in Kahlo’s work. The complexities of Kahlo’s paintings can not be fully understood or appreciated without insight into her person and the world she was a part of. Specifically the role of Mexico City as a center of international art and culture in the early and middle 20th century, as well as Kahlo’s lifelong refusal to allow illness to restrict her diverse and intense passions. In many ways, Kahlo’s painting, politics, and identity were ahead of her time, and are extremely relevant today. Kahlo explained that she “painted her reality”, this exhibition hopes to provide insight into that reality while allowing the viewer intimate access to her world.



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