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Kahlo enabled women to outwardly display their pains and frustrations, and thus advanced the understanding of the status of woman in the modern world. It has become crucial for women artists to have a female model and this is the gift of Frida Kahlo.
What is the woman? This question is very important to her in the surrealist world. Following repeated miscarriages, she will wonder to what extent motherhood, or its absence, affects female identity. It irreversibly alters the meaning of maternal subjectivity. It becomes clear through the umbilical symbolism (often represented by ribbons) that Kahlo is connected to everything around her and that she is a childless "mother".
Often found alone, she worked obsessively on her self-portraits. His thinking nurtured an unwavering interest in identity. She was particularly interested in her mixed German-Mexican ancestry, as well as her shared roles as artist, lover and wife.
Kahlo uses religious symbolism throughout his work. She appears as the Madonna holding her “baby animals” and becomes the Virgin Mary as she cradles her husband and famous national painter Diego Rivera. She identifies with Saint Sebastian and even rightly appears as the martyred Christ. Frida Kahlo positions herself as a prophet when she takes the head of the table in her Last Supper-style painting, and her depiction of the accident that left her impaled on a metal bar (and covered in gold dust when 'she is lying wounded) recalls the crucifixion and suggests her own holiness.
Women before Kahlo who had attempted to communicate the craziest and deepest emotions were often referred to as hysterics or doomed fools - while men were aligned with the 'melancholy' character type. By remaining artistically active under the weight of sadness, Kahlo revealed that women too can be melancholy rather than depressed, and that these terms should not be taken as gendered.
Small pins pierce Kahlo's skin to reveal that she is "still in pain" from illness and accident, while a signature teardrop signifies her ongoing battle with the associated psychological overflow.
Frida Kahlo typically uses the visual symbolism of physical pain in a long-standing attempt to better understand emotional suffering. Prior to Kahlo's efforts, the language of loss, death, and individuality had been relatively well studied by some male artists (including Albrecht Dürer, Francisco Goya, and Edvard Munch), but had not yet been dissected from significantly by a woman.
Indeed, not only did Kahlo make her entry into the language of painting, but she also developed and made it her own. By literally exposing the inner organs and depicting his own body in a bleeding and broken state, Kahlo opened up our interiors to help explain human behaviors on the outside. She brought together motifs that would repeat throughout her career, including ribbons, hair, and personal animals, and in turn created a new and articulate way to discuss the more complex aspects of female identity. As a “great artist” but also a figure worthy of our dedication, Kahlo's iconic face offers eternal support to trauma and she has an influence that cannot be underestimated.
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