zaterdag 12 juli 2014



An hommage to the legendary Frida Kahlo 
6 july ~ 13 july 1954

Love Buzz As a great admirer of the legendary Mexican artist Frida Kahlo i am very pleased with an extraordinary Frida Kahlo exhibition this weekend initiated by the Go Gallery in honor of the 6oth year of the passing of the legendary Frida Kahlo. 60 artists, all varying in different disciplines and background, were invited each to create an artwork as a tribute to Frida Kahlo. The result is an unknown exhibition with paintings, sculptures, photography,collages and installations.

Frida Kahlo by Max Zorn

It will be this weekend exactly 60 years since the passing of Frida Kahlo.   Frida was an extravagant exotic presence and unique artist who became an icon. In spite of her life of pain due to a traffic accident early in her life she lived her life to the fullest. She was not only married to famous Mexican Diego Riviera, Frida shared intimate relationships with Bolshevik revolutionary Leon Trotski, New York photographer Nickolas Murray. Professional dancer Josephine Baker and Georgia O'Keeffe were also lovers of Frida. Together with her husband she created the New Mexican art; a fusion of western avant-garde, Mexican history and pre-Columbian era. Her passionate life and her paintings -still to this day- speak volumes of freedom and expression, sexuality and imagination. She became one of the greatest female artist in art history.Frida Kahlo was an extraordinary artist, an feminist, an inspirator,A Mythe, a Muse, an Icon.


Frida Kahlo Exhibition

12 july - 13 july 


Loods 6 

KNSM-laan 143 


Saturday July 12

17:30 - 22:00 

opening by Hedy D'Acona 

Special guest Mexican ambassador

 Sunday July 13

13:00 - 17:00

A day of spoken words

15:00 - 17:00 

Poetry & Spoken words of writers in honor of  Frida Kahlo

  From 17 juli till 31 of august most of the artworks will be at the  Go Gallery, Prinsengracht 64, Amsterdam.

For all your Frida Kahlo treasury you're welcome at 
Milagros Mundo, Postjesweg 23, Amsterdam. 
(postcards, votive candles, jewelry etc.)

The London Police, 60×50 cm, marker on canvas.
‘Everything changes, everything moves, everything revolves

Nico Koster en Diana Kok made a digital acryl artwork together