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Frida Kahlo PowerPoint. El baño de Frida. La ropa y medicina. Frida's Bathroom

Frida Kahlo PowerPoint. El baño de Frida. La ropa y medicina. Frida's Bathroom
Frida Kahlo PowerPoint. El baño de Frida. La ropa y medicina. Frida's Bathroom
Frida Kahlo PowerPoint. El baño de Frida. La ropa y medicina. Frida's Bathroom
Frida Kahlo PowerPoint. El baño de Frida. La ropa y medicina. Frida's Bathroom
Frida Kahlo PowerPoint. El baño de Frida. La ropa y medicina. Frida's Bathroom
Frida Kahlo PowerPoint. El baño de Frida. La ropa y medicina. Frida's Bathroom
Frida Kahlo PowerPoint. El baño de Frida. La ropa y medicina. Frida's Bathroom
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This is a wonderful addition to any Frida Kahlo Unit. This is also a good addition to any unit on Clothing or Medicine. There are many medical and clothing terms that your students may not be familiar with and can learn a lot about!

Esto es una adición maravillosa a cualquier unidad de Frida Kahlo.También es una adición buena para cualquier unidad sobre la ropa o la medicina. Hay muchos términos médicos y de vestimenta que sus estudiantes podrán aprender!

Frida Kahlo’s bathroom kept its secrets for 50 years. When the Mexican artist died, in 1954, her husband, Diego Rivera, shut away around 300 of her belongings in a tiny bathroom in the house they had shared in Mexico City. He requested the doors remain locked until 15 years after his own death but although he survived only three more, the bathroom was undisturbed until 2004, when curators at the house-turned-museum broke the lock.

These are some of the images of the objects that were found inside the broken bathroom.

Many of these boring objects which are usually medical and hideous, she transformed into beautiful works of art.

Después de la muerte de Frida Kahlo, en 1954, Diego Rivera decide cerrar dos baños con objetos y documentos de Frida. Cincuenta años después, en 2004, se abren de nuevo y para esta ocasión invitan a Graciela Iturbide con la intención de que deje un testimonio fotográfico de este momento. Las fotografías de Graciela Iturbide, lejos de retratar el espacio, se concentran en objetos tales como prótesis, corsés, medicinas, animales disecados y carteles de Stalin por mencionar algunos.

A manera de registro visual, la fotógrafa realiza naturalezas muertas a partir de estas piezas que le llaman la atención. En esas veintiocho imágenes se invoca al mundo personal de Frida.

I also included black and white photos from two other artists (Gabriela Iturbe from Mexico and Yasuma Morimura (Japan), to show students how 21st century artists are interpreting the works of Frida Kahlo.

I also included videos for each artists! They can see how these items look in videos!
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65 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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