DIOGEN pro art magazine No 72...January 2017

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Sabahudin Hadzialic
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88 pages Saddle-stitched
Frida Kahlo

DIOGEN pro art magazine...January 2017...Frida Kahlo...Diary of life Dispersion within the artistic genres or own assumption of the creation of something different? Frida Kahlo never like to be placed in a genres and subgenres of the artistic reflection. Even when Andre Breton, upon arrival in Mexico, told her that she is surrealist. Realism, Cubism, Surrealism could not direct her movements to anything other than a genuine commitment to herself, her beloved ones and to he country from which she has never separated-Mexico. With a little naive visions, but honest, open gestures with a brush with which she was creating her own world of wonder, Frida Kahlo was a reflection of generations of artists who did not hesitate to talk about their libido, but not in terms of narcissism and ego-centrism, but the opposite - in a search for print of their own being in a world where they are currently resides.

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