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Frida Kahlo fills Victoria and Albert Museum with Colour

Until November 4th, Victoria and Albert Museum is exhibiting an extraordinary collection of personal objects belonging to Frida Kahlo. The iconic Mexican artist is known world-widely for her struggle against pain throughout a life of boldness and suffering. She created strong vivid and colourful pieces that inspired not only the art world but also a few fashion minds.

The exhibition includes carefully embroidered cotton dresses, a prosthetic leg with leather boot and also a plaster corset painted and decorated by Frida Kahlo herself, when she was recovering from the accident that injured her body so extensively. SCOUT was there to check it out; enjoy our favourite images from the exhibition: 

Image credits by Terence Nolder.

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Archives

Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Archives

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

Photo By Terence Nolder

13 Jul 2018