The exhibition “Diego and Frida. A smile in the middle of the way” will open in Tbilisi October 30 at the Georgian National Museum, following significant public interest. Presented by the Embassy of the United Mexican States in Georgia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, the exhibition depicts the personal life of the well-known couple.
Frida Kahlo was a prominent Mexican artist famed for her vibrant colors and progressive ideas, especially regarding feminism and the LGBTQ movement.
Visitors can see over 100 photographs depicting the daily life of Frida and Diego, a relationship spanning 25 years from their marriage in 1929 to Frida’s death in 1954. The exhibits cover all angles of their relationship: from love to hatred, and togetherness to separation.
The exhibition will run until November 8 from 10 am to 5.30 pm Tuesday to Sunday. Admission to the opening event at 5 pm on October 30 is free.