The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

All of us can do with a little culture – me included. And the local museum or gallery can really put membership funds to good use.

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  • "In celebration of the one-hundredth anniversary of Kahlo's birth, this major new monograph is published on the occasion of the 2007–08 traveling exhibition." I had the pleasure of visiting this exhibit last weekend and found i... "In celebration of the one-hundredth anniversary of Kahlo's birth, this major new monograph is published on the occasion of the 2007–08 traveling exhibition." I had the pleasure of visiting this exhibit last weekend and found it to be one of the best exhibition experiences I have ever had (and I am a museum curator.) This book gives you images of all of the art from the exhibit, plus more from Kahlo's oeuvre. Has a wonderful time line section that puts Kahlo's work into context.