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Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía (RIB)
Número: 1
Título: 1998


Adams, Jane M. “Celebrating a Female Icon.” Boston Globe: Section 2, p. 4, 1992.

_________. “In Death, Mexican Artist a Cult Figure.” Chicago Tribune: Section 1, p. 23, 1992.

Buggs, Shannon. “Festival finds ‘Tacky’ in Vogue.” The Houston Post: Section A, p. 11, 1993.

Chadwick, Susan. “Pilgrimage to Mexico City Follows Kahlo’s Footsteps.” The Houston Post: Section F. p. 3, 1993.

Descrintion of the Frida Kahlo Museum, the Studio Museum of Diego Rivera, and the Anahuacalli, a museum that was designed by Rivera.

“Christie’s Sells Painting by Kahlo for $1.65 Million.” Wall Street Journal: Section C, page 8, 1991.

Kahlo’s Self Portrait with Loose Hair sells at Christie’s International PLC and sets the record for the highest price ever paid for a painting by a Latin American artist.

“Corrections.” The New York Times: Arts and Leisure section, page 1, 1990.

Correctly identifies a painting by Kahlo (Self Portrait as a Tehuana - Diego on My Mind) which was mislabeled on a previous edition of the Arts and Leisure section.

Fox, David J. “Frida Movie Will be Made, Valdéz Vows.” Los Angeles Times: Section F. p. 1, 1992.

_________. “Rethinking Kahlo as Two Fridas.” Los Angeles Times: Section F. p. 1, 1993.

Golden, Tim. “Dispute over the Kahlo and Rivera Legacy.” The New York Times: Section C, p. 15, 1993.

Grenier, Richard. “Frida’s Face Forward at the Metropolitan.” Washington Times: Section G, p. 4, 1990.

Presents Kahlo as a lesbian, a communist, and an admirer of Stalin.

Hassell, Greg. “Museum as Mall - Gift Shop Sales Soaring, Thanks to Barney, Frida.” The Houston Chronicle: Section B. p. 1, 1993.

Hernández, Marie T. “Houston Seems a lot like Frida.” The Houston Chronicle: Section F, p. 1, 1993.

Herrera, Hayden. “Why Frida Kahlo Speaks to the 90’s.” The New York Times: Section 2, p. 1, 1990.

Hodge, Shelby. “Frida Kahlo Makes Imprint on Social Scene.” The Houston Chronicle: Section G. p. 7, 1993.

Lyall, Sarah. “Frida Kahlo’s Journal, a Likely Eye Opener.” The New York Times: Living Arts, page 9, 1994.

Literary agent Gloria Loomis will auction the rights to publish Kahlo’s journal in the United States.

Miller, Marjorie. “Frida’s Legacy Mired in Turmoil.” Los Angeles Times: Section F. page 1, 1993.

Dolores Olmeda is the controversial director of Mexico’s Frida Kahlo’s Museum, which is currently undergoing restoration.

Miro, Marsha. “Attention goes to Lesser-knowns from Quilts to Frida Kahlo.” Detroit News & Free Press: Section S. p. 12, 1990.

Art books make great gifts.

_________. “Decades Later, Frida Kahlo’s Truths are even Truer.” Detroit News & Free Press: Section Q. p. 4, 1992.

Commentary on the life of Kahlo.

Mosher, Katie. “Price of Kahlo Painting Scares off Buyers.” Los Angeles Times: Section F. p. 3, 1991.

Private owners of a 1941 painting by Kahlo turned down a $1.2 million dollar bid at an art auction.

Muchnic, Suzanne. “Beyond Kahlo.” Los Angeles Times: Section CAL, page 3, 1991.

Discusses the recent boom in the Latin American art market and the increase in prices for the works of Frida Kahlo.

_________. “Kahlo Self-portrait goes for Record $1.65 Million.” Los Angeles Times: Section F. page 13, 1991.

“Self-Portrait with Loose Hair” becomes the most expensive Latin American painting sold at Christie’s auction house.

Reid, Mike. “The Divided Shrine of a Feminist Icon.” Guardian: Section 1, page 13, 1993.

The art community in Mexico questions art patron Dolores Olmedo’s control of Kahlo’s paintings and her plans to open a museum of her own to display them.

Reif, Rita. “A Frida Kahlo.” The New York Times: Living Arts, 1991.

Christie’s of New York auction house will feature one of Kahlo’s self-portraits, which is expected to attract record bids for Latin American art.

Santos, John Phillip. “Fridamania: Where will it end?” Los Angeles Times: Section CAL, page 4, 1992.

“Fridamania,” the overcommercialized interest in Kahlo, is discussed.

Slesin, Suzanne. “3 Lives, 3 Museums, 3 Shrines.” The New York Times: Section 5, page 17, 1995.

Travel guide to the museum homes of Frida Kahlo and Deigo Rivera in Mexico City.

Stanley, John. “Frida Kahlo’s Life a Palette of Pain.” San Francisco Chronicle: Section DAT, page 26, 1991.

Details Kahlo’s recent rise to popularity in the women’s movement and in the history of Mexican art. Also discusses the documentary film, Frida Kahlo: A Ribbon around a Bomb.

Tibol, Raquel. “Conversaciones chilenas con el gran mejicano Diego Rivera.” La Prensa, 1953.

_________. “Frida Kahlo, artiste de genie.” La Prensa, 1953.

Zimmerman, David. “Times catch up with Frida Kahlo.” USA Today: Section D, page 1, 1993.