In 1931 when Mexican muralist Diego Rivera visited San Francisco with his wife, Frida Kahlo, both were still up-and-coming artists.
For over sixty years, experts have searched for a monumental work missing from Frida Kahlo’s oeuvre: The Wounded Table.
“I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you.” Frida Kahlo
“All art is propaganda,” observed Diego Rivera. “The only difference is the kind of propaganda.” Rivera saw the mural as a medium for democratic expression. As part of Sotheby’s Most Famous Artworks…
A 1,000-pound portable fresco at the Philadelphia Museum of Art shows the realities of life on a hacienda.
Forget the hype and experience the art and history that Detroit offers up in spades. We visit the Diego Rivera mural, Heidelberg Project, MOCA, abandoned buildings, and much more.
New York – After a six-month campaign, ten days of online sales and three days of dynamic auctions at Christie’s Rockefeller Center, the total for the 1,500 objects comprising the Collection of Peggy…