Exhibitions In Europe


Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: The Polish Context

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. The Polish Context will be Poland’s first and only exhibition devoted to Kahlo and Rivera, additionally enriched with the little known, yet highly compelling Polish context. As regards the latter, the show will explore the oeuvre of two Polish-born artists whom fate brought very close to Frida and Diego (Bernice Kolko and Fanny Rabel), as well as revisit the Exhibition of Mexican Art, held in 1955 in Poland, during which the works of Kahlo, Rivera and Rabel were displayed.

Until January 21st in ZAMEK Culture Centre in Poznan, Poland. More information in ZAMEK here

Las mujeres artistas y el surrealismo

We are Completely Free. Women Artists and Surrealism presents the work of a group of women artists who, from the 1920s onwards, became involved to a greater or lesser degree in Surrealism, a movement historically associated with men. Museo Picasso Málaga has brought together for the occasion works by eighteen spirited and rebellious female artists who were, in several cases, overshadowed by their male partners.

Until January 28th in Museo Picasso, Málaga, España. More info in Museo Picasso here

Frida Kahlo. Paintings and drawings from Mexico’s collections.

Starting February 3, 2016 Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg will host a retrospective exhibition of a renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. This will be the first Frida Kahlo exposition of such scale in Russia. The exhibition will feature 34 works, including paintings, drawings and lithographs, both from her earlier and later periods, allowing viewers to appreciate the stylistic evolution of the artist. Also on display will be more than a hundred photographs covering different periods of Frida’s life, as well as Mexican folk costumes similar to those Kahlo loved to wear herself.

From February 3rd to April 30th in Faberge Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. More info here

Spanish Masters from the Hermitage

The exhibition includes more than sixty superior paintings and a rich collection of graphic works and applied arts masterpieces. Never before has the Netherlands hosted such a comprehensive survey of Spanish art, with work that is hardly represented in Dutch museum collections.

Until May 29th in the Hermitage Amsterdam, The Netherlands. More info here

Boterosutra by Fernando Botero

In this unconventional series Botero, one of Latin America’s bestknown artists, remains true to his characteristically grotesque and “naive” figure style. As the wittily ironic title indicates, the group of works takes its cue thematically from the quintessential text on human sexual behaviour, the Kamasutra.

Until September 6th in the Forum Wurth, Roschach, Germany. More info here

Frida Kahlo: her photos

For the first time in Germany, Marta Herford will be presenting 200 photographs from this collection which served Kahlo as a recollection, a source of inspiration and as working material.

Until May 10th in Museum MARTA, Herford, Germany. More info here

Parergon by Mariana Castillo (Mexico)

This large-scale installation unites diverse artistic reflections that intersect historical research, philosophy and art; all of which are decisive for Mariana Castillo Deball’s work.

Until 1.3.2015 in Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin. More info here

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