Frida Kahlo and the Revolutionary Art Crowd in Mexico
William H. Beezley, Ph. D.
Part of Frida’s Roots: Frida Kahlo’s Cultural, Artistic and Botanical Influences
A Lecture Series Presented by Tucson Botanical Gardens and Pima Community College
Sponsored by Salon Nouveau
Thursday, April 13th
6 – 7:30 p.m.
$10, $8 Garden Members
This presentation explores Frida Kahlo’s participation in the circle of Mexican and foreign revolutionary artists and intellectuals such as Diego Rivera and Leon Trotsky during the 1930s to 1950s. William H. Beezley, Ph. D., is an internationally recognized scholar of Mexican history and culture, author and editor of over 25 books on Latin America, and Professor of history at the University of the University of Arizona.