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Fascinating new talk series with renowned art historian, John Francis
Diego Rivera was a giant figure of the Mexican mural movement, while Frida Kahlo was best known for her self-portraits.
We will explore some of Diego’s murals and ideas on democratic art in Mexico City and Detroit.
In the work of Frida Kahlo, we will discover why she has become an icon of feminism and self-discovery. Recently, she became the most valued painter in Latin America after her self-portrait 'Diego and I' was sold for $34 million at a major auction house in New York.
£8 students/THG Friends.
Booking required - book here
These talks will take place in the main gallery space with seating for a maximum of 17 participants.
Please call 01404 45006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions/accessibility requirements.
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Assistance dogs welcome
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