The Frida collection is a treasure that should draw visitors from around the world. The letters are a moving and magnificent view into the heart and pain of someone whom the world knows as Frida Kahlo, but whom you learn is merely a lonely, heartsick girl. She is a poet, and this collection illustrates this masterfully.
A. H. USA
I thought the museum was wonderful. I came knowing very little about Frida and left feeling very educated about her life and paintings. Bravo!
I’m emotionally drained after seeing this show. What a revealing, intimate look into the life of an obviously gifted artist, but a tragically tortured soul. The enlargements were very helpful as were the translations.
A very intimate look at an incredible artist. Thank you!
A wonderful addition to the history of contemporary Mexican Art
S. S. USA
An insight to a powerful and tormented artist. Thank you for sharing this.
Like a punch in the throat – the intimacy of such personal emotion – rich bit parts of her private conversations with herself! More than moving. Thank you!
I feel this to be a truly stunning exhibit.
S. A USA
Outstanding! Fine collection and comparable to the letter from Van Gogh to his brother. Incredible obsessive physical and mental suffering. We know her even better now.
E.&Ger Van A. Netherlands/Canada/USA
Lagrimas doradas. I feel so grateful for the opportunity to be exposed to Frida’s intimacies, her unveiled soul and capacity to transcribe the human experience in all its vibrancy and shade. I could not respect her ability to transform her emotion into words and images with more purity of awe. She inspires me to the core and cleanses my pain with hers and she opens up my ability to absorb the beauty in the suffering. Her strength to know and therefore to be Frida gives me a reason to keep on my path, regardless what terrain. Thank you
Very poignant and sad, yet beautiful.
I was very moved by this exhibition. At times choked up and in tears. She was consumed by her true love, Diego. Her paintings are powerful and also whimsical. I feel so fortunate to have experienced this rare and wonderful exhibition. Her physical and emotional sufferings are beyond belief, but she LIVED.
L. P. H Ariz, USA