Earlier this month seniors from the Nazzaro Cente

first_imgEarlier this month, seniors from the Nazzaro Center, ABCD Neighborhood Service Center, West End, and Chinatown came together at the coast guard base to celebrate Italian Heritage Month. Typically celebrated in October, this annual tradition had unfortunately been postponed for the Age Strong Community. Attendees were thrilled to finally get to celebrate! There were plenty of raffles that included cash prizes, gift certificates, and giveaways to take home. The Age Strong Community would like to thank Mayor Marty Walsh and everyone who made it possible for the Seniors to have a fun-filled day.*Advertisement* There was plenty of food that was distributed by the Mayors wonderful staff. The fabulous Allan LaBella did a magnificent job entertaining the crowd by keeping the music flowing.  He handed out props and small trinket prizes to seniors that made the event more fun and kept everyone on the dance floor.last_img read more

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FFWPU Finland The Unification Movement is a movem

first_imgFFWPU Finland: The Unification Movement is a movement to encourage spiritual maturity in the individual and to promote the value of the extended family – exercising our God-given potential and thereby enabling society to function well. The Movement works in various areas of life in Finland and worldwide in the form of different organizations presented on this site. The main organization FFWPU (Family Federation for World Peace and Unification) represents the religious aspect of the Movement. Read Morelast_img read more

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You can win DLinks newest HD WiFi camera the DC

first_imgYou can win D-Link’s newest HD WiFi camera, the DCS-936L. Upload your funniest, scariest, or most surprising video clips here. You have until 11:59 p.m. PT on 12/31/16 to enter.D-Link just announced the DCS-936L. Webcams for surveillance are one of the hottest tech items on the market now. People love the easy of setup and affordability of Internet-connected webcams and apps to secure their homes; watch their pets, kids, and other loved ones remotely; and protect their small business establishments.The DCS-936L has a solid feature set for a webcam of its price-point; it’s $79.99 at Best Buy or D-Link’s online store.Key features include a WiFi signal locator to help place the camera in the optimal location for connectivity, HD 720p video streaming and recording, infrared night-vision, 4x digital zoom, and motion and sound detection.D-Link also announced a higher-tiered webcam, the HD Pan & Tilt WiFi Camera (DCS-5030L). This cam has all the features of the DCS-936L, but its pan and tilt functionality means the camera view can cover wider areas of your home or small business with an ultra-smooth 340-degree pan and 110-degree tilt. This webcam is priced at $139.99.The recording capability is a highlight of both. Responsive recording allows the cameras to automatically begin recording to a local microSD card, as each webcam has a microSD slot and can support cards up to 128 GB. Recording begins when either motion or sound is detected, according to a schedule, or continuously, allowing users to customize their surveillance recordings as needed.“Our newest set of WiFi cameras provide crisp, 720p video clarity and free local recording with expanded storage capabilities, allowing users to protect more of what they love,” said Carissa Blegen, surveillance product line manager at D-Link. “With motion and sound detection alerts, night-vision, as well as remote viewing through our free mydlink Lite app, the DCS-936L and DCS-5030L give homeowners an affordable and reliable DIY security solution.” be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 https://www.blackenterprise.com/d-link-wants-give-two-new-hd-surveillance-cams/ https://www.blackenterprise.com/d-link-wants-give-two-new-hd-surveillance-cams/last_img read more

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By Sabina Nadejdin FFWPU Moldova

first_imgBy Sabina Nadejdin, FFWPU Moldova The next step was the opening of the Family Club. We look forward to receiving feedback and suggestions from the participants. Some of them have told us that the festival has given new hope to their village that its problems can be solved. It is a small village, but preparations were done verycarefully and responsibly. The event was held with the support of the localadministration and two local initiative groups: the Club of Active Women andthe Youth Council. As a result, among the participants were 33 couples, of whom30 couples of different ages passed through three ceremonies. On Sunday, June 30, 2019, members living in Moldova’sIaloveni District held a Family Festival in the village of Văsieni. The head of the village welcomed our initiative; he waspresent at the event along with his pregnant wife, whom he brought to sit inthe first row as an example for other families. In his speech, he expressed hisdesire for other Family Festivals to follow.last_img read more

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In an Interview with JFKs Grandson Obama Says History Matters

first_img President Barack Obama with Caroline Kennedy and Jack Schlossberg at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on May 7, 2017. –Tom Fitzsimmons/Kennedy Library FoundationMoments before Barack Obama accepted his Profile in Courage award in Boston last week, and amid a yearlong celebration of JFK’s centennial, the former president sat down with John F. Kennedy’s grandson to talk about history.In a brief but wide-ranging conversation with 24-year-old Jack Schlossberg, whose mother is former ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy, Obama says JFK’s legacy was important to him during his eight-year stint at the White House. That’s because history matters, he said, and the next generation of government (and, one might argue, the current occupant of the Oval Office) ought to remember that.Case in point: the Cuban Missile Crisis.“Obviously, your grandfather’s handling of the Cuban Missile Crisis is a classic example of someone showing firmness, restraint, thinking through a problem, not bending to short-term passions, and ultimately arriving to a good outcome,” Obama says in the interview, a full version of which is available in a post on Medium. He compared the pressure and high stakes of those negotiations, with a nuclear arsenal amassed near the American border, to Abraham Lincoln’s decision-making at the height of the Civil War. “I do think that there is a value, even before you go into office, in having a certain baseline of history because, if you’ve thought about it ahead of time, then when you’re in the midst of making decisions, your mind is already in the habit of thinking about long-term horizons as opposed to the short-term.”His comments, of course, came before yesterday’s bombshell news that President Trump had reportedly given up state secrets to Russian officials in what has been characterized a careless slip, and more evidence that ours is a shoot-from-the-hip president who shuns preparation in favor of winging it. He also, as you’ll remember, is prone to messing up History 101.If Kennedy’s legacy, and Trump’s follies, tell us anything, winging it isn’t good for anyone. 000 By Spencer Buell· Print In an Interview with JFK’s Grandson, Obama Says History Matters He says he was inspired by President Kennedy’s handling of the Cuban Missile Crisis. center_img 5/16/2017, 10:48 a.m. Sign up for Boston Daily. News. Commentary. Every day.* Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! last_img read more

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Two New Boutiques Open in Beacon Hill

first_imgTwo New Boutiques Open in Beacon Hill Kodomo and Ouimillie each bring fresh concepts and designs to the cobblestones. Print 000 5/17/2017, 9:43 a.m. Sign up for style newsletters. Style tips, retail news, and more.*center_img Photo provided by KodomoChildren’s clothing store Kodomo just opened a second location at 45 River Street in Beacon Hill. Jasmine Punzalan opened the first Kodomo, named after the Japanese word for children, in the South End in 2016 after realizing how difficult it was to find stylish and unique apparel for her two young sons.She spent substantial time researching and meeting with independent designers before agreeing to work with them, and now is the exclusive retailer for many of those designers in Boston. The common thread amongst them, in addition to their ethical manufacturing practices, is their aesthetic—whimsical without being overly childish, there are no Disney princesses or superheroes to be found, and pink and blue don’t signify gender.“I think the most important thing is that our focus is on the goal of sustainable production, but we are also focused on letting kids be kids without being overly stereotypical,” Punzalan says. “There are no girls’ or boys’ sections in the store because a lot of our stuff is unisex.”Photo by Steven J. DuedeA sleek design sensibility can also be found up the street at 133 Charles Street at Ouimillie, a lifestyle boutique and design studio that showcases fashion and home goods from countries in and around Europe. Previously, owner Millicent Cutler had a smaller storefront at 121 Charles Street and relocated to the space formerly occupied by Good, earlier this month.“We want to create a little haven of small boutiques over here,” Cutler says in reference to Beacon Hill.Inside the shop are skirts designed in Belgium, hide-covered furniture made in Boston, candles from Australia, and clothing, notepads, and home decor made in Denmark. In general, Cutler celebrates unique, lesser-known brands that are minimalist and a little industrial. And she says that she goes crazy for bright colors, as long as they are in small doses.Although greatly influenced from her frequent travels to France, Cutler is originally from Colorado. She moved to Boston and studied interior design at Suffolk University and then art at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.“I think fine art is super important,” Cutler says. “Art informs fashion, it informs interior, it all works together.”To this end, Cutler will feature a new artist at Ouimillie twice a year. Currently on display until February are large-scale photographs by Steven Duede.Kodomo is located at 45 River Street and is open Tuesday through Friday from 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m.Ouimillie is  located at 133 Charles Street and is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sunday from 12 to  5 p.m. By Mia Zarrella· Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! last_img read more

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12 of the Best Pilates Studios in Boston

first_img 1551156 11/28/2018, 1:34 p.m. Karal Duval Pilates / Photo providedPilates can be a bit intimidating. What with those big reformers, chairs, barrels, and blocks, it can look like a lot to handle. Luckily, Boston is rife with teachers and studios teaching Pilates to both those who are new to the exercise or trying to perfect their poses. Plus, mat-based Pilates can sometimes closely resemble yoga or a body-weight strength circuit—it’s great for both strengthening and relaxing the body in a low-impact way. Here are 12 of the best Pilates studios and instructors in Boston right now.Kara Duval PilatesWhether you’re a newcomer to Pilates or a seasoned veteran, experienced local trainer Kara Duval is bound to give you a great workout that fits your needs. Duval is certified in advanced Stott Pilates and spent more than 15 years training in classical ballet at some of the country’s best schools. She teaches a variety of private and group classes at gyms around the city including Equinox and North End Yoga.Multiple locations, karaduvalpilates.com.Boston Body PilatesThere’s a reason Boston Body Pilates is so popular. With five locations around Boston, this studio provides its students with one of the best Pilates workouts money can buy. Owners Zayna and Clark Elefteriadis have worked hard to create a calm, comfortable environment where customers can replenish body and mind alike. Boston Body Pilates offers mat and equipment classes for all levels, so everyone can find what they’re looking for.Multiple locations, bostonbody.com.Btone FitnessBtone Fitness’ specially developed method combines Pilates, barre, and yoga concepts to create a flexible and engaging workout for everyone. Each 45 minute class incorporates a wide range of slow, smart exercises to ensure lasting results. New students can get their first three classes for $30.Multiple locations, btonefitness.com.K Foley Global PilatesEver wanted to get your Pilates workout in while enjoying beautiful views of Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library? Katelyn Foley’s Reformer- and Tower-equipped studio in Copley Square is the place for you. Foley provides a personalized workout for every client and offers specialized programs like Pilates for athletes, pre- and post-natal Pilates, and rehabilitation Pilates.551 Boylston St., 4th Floor, Boston, 978-349-1655, kfoleypilates.com.Upward Spiral StudioThis Cambridge studio focuses on providing each client with a safe and individualized exercise program, whether they’re rehabilitating from an injury or just hoping to get a quick workout in. Upward Spiral offers private lessons as well as small group sessions with up to four partners. The studio is open seven days a week, and workouts can be adjusted for all age groups and fitness levels.7 Temple St., Cambridge, 617-491-2940, upwardspiralstudio.com.Jennifer Phelan PilatesJennifer Phelan is one of the most experienced Pilates instructors in Boston, having worked with everyone from Hollywood actors to professional athletes and pre- and post-natal women. Phelan’s signature program, Pilates Fusion, combines traditional mat Pilates with core sequencing and music, resulting in an energetic workout that keeps customers coming back time after time. She teaches at Equinox and North End Yoga, as well as in private homes around the city upon request.Multiple locations, jenniferphelan.com.Integral PilatesLocated in the Coolidge Corner Wellness Studio in the Arcade Building, Integral Pilates is the ideal studio for those seeking an adaptable workout in a small group setting. Integral Pilates emphasizes comfort and safety, making it perfect for those recovering from injuries and older people hoping to work on balance and strength. Of course, if a challenge is what you’re after, Integral Pilates can provide that as well. Just be sure to inform your instructor of your fitness goals when you begin.318 Harvard St., Mezzanine level, Brookline, 617-935-3328, integralpilates.com.BodyTrio StudioBodyTrio is an award-winning fitness studio based in Belmont that offers traditional Pilates, yoga, and barre courses as well as a signature workout called Triogo. This program blends Pilates, yoga, tai-chi, and abdominal exercises to provide an engaging full-body workout suitable for anyone. While BodyTrio’s usual studio on Alexander Avenue is currently closed for repairs after a fire, classes are still taking place at Plymouth Church and Belmont Hill Club, so be sure to register early to secure your spot.Multiple locations, bodytrio.com.Endurance Pilates and Yoga Endurance Pilates and Yoga sets itself apart with the sheer variety of classes it offers. Endurance does group sessions and private lessons by appointment, and offers Reformer, Tower, and mat Pilates classes at varying degrees of difficulty, not to mention the studio’s extensive program of yoga and barre courses. Endurance even offers special programs designed specifically for dancers, models, and athletes.1636 Washington St., Boston, 617-982-3205, endurancepilatesandyoga.com.Asana Charlestown This studio, which also offers barre and yoga, hosts one sweat-inducing Pilates class—no reformer required, though. The core-focused session uses small weights and resistance bands as well as fast movements to get your blood flowing and your heart rate up. New members can receive two weeks of unlimited classes for $45.20 City Square, Charlestown, asanacharlestown.com. Club PilatesLocated on Fit Row at Assembly Row, Club Pilates offers nine different classes as well as private training with individual guidance from a trainer. They even clearly mark their classes with four different levels: Foundation, Progression, Evolution, and Mastery, so you know exactly what you’re getting yourself into. And if you’re new to Pilates, you can drop into a free intro class to see if it’s a good fit. Classes range from more aerobic and heart-pumping to slower and more restorative, so if you’re feeling extra beat up, you can modify your workout for the day.389 Revolution Dr., Somerville, 857-997-2580, clubpilates.com. C2 BodyAt C2, instructors believe that through movement, you can connect your inner and physical self and by being truly connected you can be the best that you can be. Choose from personalized private Pilates sessions or group classes that will help you become graceful, present, and grounded as you learn how to maneuver on the various pieces of equipment. Each session offers modifications, program variety, and postural management, allowing you to leave the studio healthier than when you came in.840 Summer St., Space 203, South Boston, 617-855-0330, c2pilates.com. Fitness 12 of the Best Pilates Studios in Boston From Btone Fitness to Upward Spiral Studio, we rounded up 12 of the best Pilates studios in Boston. By Adam Weddle· center_img Read all about the latest gym openings, healthy events, and fitness trends in our twice weekly Wellness newsletter. Sign up for Health & Wellness newsletters. Everything you need to stay healthy and fit.* Printlast_img read more

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FixerUpper Friday A Midcentury Ranch Near Franconia Notch

first_img Sign up for our weekly home and property newsletter, featuring homes for sale, neighborhood happenings, and more. By Madeline Bilis· Sign up for Home & Property newsletters. Design, real estate, and pretty things for living.* Print For Sale/Rent Fixer-Upper Friday: A Midcentury Ranch Near Franconia Notch Nab a retro ski house for under $100,000.center_img 1/25/2019, 11:15 a.m. Photo via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/Littleton1990 Route 302, Lisbon, NHPrice: $89,000Size: 912 square feetBedrooms: 2Baths: 1Who wouldn’t mind owning a retro ranch mere minutes from the ski runs of the White Mountains—for less than $100,000? This midcentury modern gem in Lisbon, NH, is just that, offering a relatively small footprint but a pretty hefty return on investment.Situated 25 minutes from Franconia Notch State Park, Cannon Mountain Ski Resort, and other beautiful spots, the 1963 abode needs new owners to bring its ’60s charm back to life. Though small, the home makes space for a sizable living room, a cozy kitchen, two bedrooms, a dining area, a full bathroom, and a back deck.The flat-roofed cottage is also situated on the banks of the Ammonoosuc River—the backyard has 145 feet of water frontage. Whether you use it as a vacation home, rental property, or year-round digs, the house is indeed a groovy little fixer-upper. A few cosmetic touches and it’ll be good as new.For information, contact Cindy Sparks and Arlie Vandenbroek, Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/Littleton, coldwellbankerhomes.com.Photo via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonPhoto via Coldwell Banker LinWood RE/LittletonThe Boston Home team has curated a list of the best home design and home remodeling professionals in Boston, including home builders and contractors, building supplies, custom woodworking, custom closets, heating and cooling, kitchen and bath experts, and more. Get the help you need with FindIt/Boston’s guide to home renovation pros. 19020last_img read more

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The MFA Unveils Their FirstEver Frida Kahlo Exhibit

first_img 2/26/2019, 3:20 p.m. Print Sign up for Weekender. Arts, events, pop culture, and more.* Arts The MFA Unveils Their First-Ever Frida Kahlo Exhibit See the works of the iconic Mexican modernist painter on display at the MFA. By Lexa Krajewski· center_img 12.4K912.4K Keep your weekends full of the coolest things to do around Boston with our weekly Weekender newsletter. Frida Kahlo “The Classic” (Black and White). Nickolas Muray (American, born in Hungary, 1892–1965), 1939. Photograph, gelatin silver print. *Anonymous gift. *© Nickolas Muray Photo Archives. *Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, BostonFrida Kahlo: a feminist figure, a brilliant artist, and the original icon for strong brows. Nearly 65 years after the famed artist’s death, the Museum of Fine Art will have eight of Kahlo’s paintings on display this spring in their first-ever exhibition of work from the renowned Mexican modernist in a celebration of her work and legacy. Titled Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular, the exhibit is built around the artist’s penchant for collecting Mexican folk art, or arte popular, and the ways in which these indigenous cultural pieces, and political statements, influenced her work.“Collecting arte popular was a political act in this time,” says the exhibition’s curator, Layla Bermeo, the Kristin and Roger Servison Assistant Curator of American Paintings at the MFA. “After the Mexican Revolution, many modern artists and intellectuals collected these objects, which were made in rural and indigenous areas of Mexico, as a way to imagine a newly healed and unified country following the war. And she was very much a part of that.”Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia). Frida Kahlo (Mexican, 1907–1954). 1928. Oil on canvas. *Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Charles H. Bayley Picture and Paintings Fund, William Francis Warden Fund, Sophie M. Friedman Fund, Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow Fund, Tompkins Collection—Arthur Gordon Tompkins Fund, Gift of Jessie H. Wilkinson—Jessie H. Wilkinson Fund, and Robert M. Rosenberg Fund. *Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, BostonAs a way of acknowledging this passion of Kahlo’s, her paintings will be displayed alongside about 40 examples of arte popular. While Kahlo’s personal collection is not on display, the pieces of arte popular featured throughout the exhibit are similar or nearly identical to the type of work she collected. Many of the pieces come from the personal collection of Nelson A. Rockefeller, which he acquired with the help of both modern and folk artists during the same time Kahlo was building her own collection. Among the works on display by Kahlo herself is her early painting “Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia),” a portrait depicting two of her mother’s maids, and the first painting sold by Kahlo. Acquired by the MFA in 2015, it is the only painting of hers in New England.Unlike many other exhibitions or publications on Kahlo, Bermeo says the MFA will try to avoid “a purely biographical reading” of the artist’s work, shifting the focus from Kahlo’s tumultuous marriage to fellow Mexican painter Diego Rivera, her lifelong battle with illnesses and injuries, and her well-known physical appearance, to instead explore the political and cultural influences that inspired her work.“Because we know so many things about her life now, asking very basic questions about her art seems very radical,” says Bermeo. “What inspired her? What happened to her practice over time? With this particular thesis, I like to ask, what was she learning from arte popular since she was mostly a self-taught artist?”The exhibit is divided into five sections organized by themes. Art of the People (Arte del Pueblo) will highlight the political climate that shaped her work. Working as an artist in post-revolutionary Mexico beginning in the late 1920s, Kahlo, like many other modernist artists and intellectuals, collected arte popular from the rural and indigenous parts of Mexico as an act of national pride.Another section is grounded in Kahlo’s engagement with the existing still life tradition, and how she revitalized the genre toward the end of her career, personifying her still lifes with qualities adopted from works of arte popular. Living Still Lifes (Naturalezas Vivas) will feature three of Kahlo’s paintings—”Still Life: Pitahayas,” “Still Life with Parrot and Fruit,” and “Weeping Coconuts.”Estéticas de la Infancia, or Aesthetics of Childhood, is another section illuminating how Kahlo’s work reflected the broader context of the time period.“So many modernists of the period were interested in collecting toys, depicting children, even collecting and exhibiting the art of children, and we see how Kahlo fits into this larger art historical moment,” says Bermeo.Niña con máscara de la muerta (Girl with Death Mask). Frida Kahlo (Mexican, 1907–1954). 1938. Oil on tin. *Nagoya City Art Museum. *© 2019 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. *Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, BostonDisplayed in this section is Kahlo’s “Girl with Death Mask,” a painting depicting a child, believed to be Kahlo herself, whose face is hidden behind a skeleton mask. Laying in the grass beside the child is a jaguar mask, said to symbolize strength. Connecting Kahlo’s art to her collection of arte popular, a wooden jaguar mask similar to the style Kahlo collected is also on display in the exhibit.Máscara de tigre (Jaguar Mask). Mexican Artist (active Guerrero) late 19th century. Glass, painted wood, animal teeth, boar bristle. *San Antonio Museum of Art, The Nelson A. Rockefeller Mexican Folk Art Collection. *Photography by Peggy Tenison. *Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, BostonA section titled Painted Miracles (Milagros Pintados) recognizes the important influence of Kahlo’s collection of hundreds of ex-votos, or small devotional paintings on tin, which Kahlo was drawn to more for their aesthetics rather than their religious context. Unlike her contemporaries, such as Gabriel Fernández Ledesma, whose painting, “Girl,” is also on display, Kahlo did not simply incorporate ex-votos into her paintings, but rather, turned her work into ex-votos themselves.“She painted often on metallic surfaces that were inspired by these small devotional paintings,” says Bermeo. “And so we can see here how Kahlo is engaging with this popular or vernacular form of art, but then she is also departing from it in her own work.”Lastly, a section called Invented Traditions (Tradiciones Inventadas) examines Kahlo’s use of clothing and hairstyles to craft her own appearance, much the same way she used paint to create images on canvas. Featuring textiles and garments as pieces of arte popular, the exhibit includes a local Tehuana dress that was a signature aspect of Kahlo’s personal style. Jackson Cole Phillips, an American industrialist, friend of Kahlo’s, and the initial owner of “Dos Mujeres,” purchased the dress with Kahlo’s help.Self‑Portrait with Hummingbird and Thorn. Frida Kahlo (Mexican, 1907–1954). 1940. Oil on masonite. *Nickolas Muray Collection of Modern Mexican Art, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin. *© 2018 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. *Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, BostonBermeo sees Kahlo’s work as representative of the period of art history in which she lived, and “as an early way of thinking about the personal as also something that’s political,” a theme well-suited to bringing Kahlo’s work into modern-day conversation. If you’ve seen Kahlo’s unmistakable bold brows and flower crown on a women’s march sign, in a Snapchat filter, or emulated in an Oscar-nominated performance by Salma Hayek, Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular will show just what influenced and inspired this legendary, groundbreaking artist, and why her art and legacy still stands today.February 27, 2019 through June 16, 2019. Museum of Fine Arts Boston, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, mfa.org.last_img read more

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