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Thank God It’s Frida

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Known for her vibrantly colored self-portraits and other often-intimate paintings, Frida Kahlo has been celebrated in the LGBTQ community as much for her art as her occasional lesbian affairs.

Now, you have the rare opportunity to view a handful of her works that are on loan from a private collection. Frida Kahlo: Five Works debuts Sunday at the Dallas Museum of Art with four paintings and a drawing that explore the symbolism and meaning behind her work.

Admission to the exhibit’s free, too, so there’s no reason to miss it.

Unless it interferes with your threading appointment.

Frida Kahlo: Five Works
March 7 to June 20
Free
Dallas Museum of Art
1717 North Harwood Street, Dallas
dma.org

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