dedicated to Frida Kahlo photo by Lola Alvarez Bravo

We Could Build A Bridge Then
For the collage of "dedicated to Frida Kahlo photo by Lola Alvarez Bravo", the original photographies you can find here, there and everywhere.

In 1940s, Lola Alvarez Bravo, the female photographer had taken some portrait photographies of Frida Kahlo, the female painter wearing her Tehuana Dresses, traditional Mexican dress.
[photos from left to right : "Frida Kahlo Rivera Painter And Wife Of Diego Rivera" 1931 photo by Imogen Cunningham and "Lola Álvarez Bravo’s 117th Birthday" 2020 for Google Doodles]

In 1940s, Frida Kahlo had painted some remarkable paintings.
In The United States, her some works were featured at The Institute Of Contemporary Art in Boston in 1941. And in 1943, by The Mexican Art Today Exhibition at The Philadelphia Museum Of Art and by Exhibition by 31 Women at Peggy Guggenheim's The Art Of This Century Gallery in New York, her works was introduced.
[photos from left to right : "Self-Portrait With Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird" 1940, "The Broken Column" 1944 and "Self Portrait With Small Monkey" 1945 by Frida Kahlo]

In 1940s, Lola Alvarez Bravo also had taken some remarkable photographies.
And she held first solo art exhibition "Exposicion de fotografías de Lola Alvarez Bravo" in 1944, at the Palacio de Bellas Artes.
[photos from left to right : O Cuetzalan" 1940, "El sueno / The Dream, Isabel Villasenor, Tenacatita, Jalisco" 1941 and "El reposo (The Rest)" 1945 by Lola Alvarez Bravo]

In 1953, Frida Kahlo had the first and last personal exhibition in her lifetime in Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico at The Galeria de Arte Contemporaneo which was the gallery Lola Alvarez Bravo had opened.
[photos from left to right : "Fruta de la Vida (Fruit Of Life)" 1953 by Frida Kahlo and "Sin título (Arcos de la iglesia de la Virgen)" 1953 by Lola Alvarez Bravo]

In 2002, the movie "Frida", the biographical movie of Frida Kahlo directed by Julie Taymor was released. In the movie, Salma Hayek acted as Frida Kahlo but unfortunately Lola Alvarez Bravo did not appear.
[photos from left to right : the poster and one of the still photos for the movie]

The words "We Could Build A Bridge Then" are taken from the lyrics of the song "Frida" from the album "Legacy! Legacy!" 2019 by Jamila Woods.

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