Family of Frida Kahlo promises new series about the life of the Mexican artist

Família de Frida Kahlo promete nova série sobre a vida da artista mexicana

The life of the beloved Mexican artist Frida Kahlo (1907–1954) is as dramatic and extraordinary as any television program and will soon be the plot of one, reports The Variety. The artist's estate with Miami-based BTF Media is producing a television series based on the life and work ofFrida Kahlo. The goal is "to present unique perspective based on what her family familaly knows about her and show How she really Lived her life”Said the painter's niece, Mara Romeo Kahlo.The life of the self -taught painter was marked by physical and psychological pain, which she channeled in her self -portraits. The Mexican artist contracted polio in a child and, at the age of 18, had an accident that had repercussions throughout her life. The internal injuries ofFrida Kahlo They were so serious that she was forced to have a plaster all over her body. Marriage, divorce and subsequent new marriage ofFrida Kahlo With Mexican artist Diego Rivera, as well as the fervent political activism of the two artists, helped to consolidate the couple as iconoclasts. Frida, in particular, with her distinct style and striking features, has become an internationally loved figure that inspired Barbie doll lines, clothes, accessories, emojis, stamps and more!

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The artist's life has already been explored by several creative representations in the past, including films Frida, Living Natural (1983),  Frida Kahlo: Ribbon around a bomb (1992), a series of documentaries and Oscar -winning biography, Frid (2002), with Salma Hayek, which was based on the 1983 biography of Hayden Herrera. There are no more details available on the next release of the BTF, which produced several series of dramatic biographies in Spanish, including HASTA THAT CONCOCI revealing the rise to the fame of the “divo de juarez”, Juan Gabriel; El César, on the legend of Mexican boxing Julio César Chavez; and EL SECRET OF SELENA, about the tragic murder of the Tjano singer Selena Quintanilla.
Frida Was Known for Her Colorful Self-Portraits. Her self-portraits her Had different themes, Such as Her Identity, Her Human Body, and Death. She was considering a hero to many bocause she did not have a society to get to her”Said Ricardo Coeto, co -founder of BTF Media, in a statement. "Instead, She Used Her Struggles As Her Strength of her." Last year, more than six decades after her death, Kahlo's self -portrait, DIEGO Y YO (1949) became the most expensive Latin American artwork ever sold in auction-triple the previous $ 9.8 million record, to The Rivals (1931) For none other than her partner, Diego Rivera.

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