ARLINGTON, Va. - Hundreds of photographs from Mexican artist Frida Kahlo that were sealed away when she died will be publicly displayed for the first time in the United States next month at the Artisphere arts center in Arlington.
Artisphere is announcing plans Wednesday for "Frida Kahlo: Her Photos," which includes more than 250 images from her personal collection. They were packed away in 1954 when Kahlo died, along with items from her husband, artist Diego Rivera, and were unsealed in 2007.
The exhibit opens Feb. 23, and Artisphere is adjusting its hours to accommodate more visitors. It will be the largest exhibit since the museum's 2010 opening.
Artisphere landed the unique exhibit because Kahlo was a lifelong resident of Arlington's sister city, Coyoacan, Mexico, a suburb of Mexico City.
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