During the last ten years of her life, Frida Kahlo made her Diary an intimate space, a shelter, an unfiltered mirror to deliver her personality. In The Diary of Frida Kahlo. A new look, Karen Cordero Reiman and Eduardo Casar invite us to feel it, to listen to it, to appreciate its visual and literary forms; to discover how both talents of the artist cohabit in their pages. Evoking the five senses and imagination, the drawings and words merge to move to other dimensions that give the viewer the possibility of listening to her voice as a child and to perceive her breath, to move with her beauty and to laugh with her rogue humor. The diary of Frida Kahlo. A new look is an invitation to see and read it with other eyes, to find new meanings in it and to discover the keys to revising the art of being and to exist in silence.
With the sensitivity and genius of an artist, in her personal diary, Frida manages to build for herself a path of self-knowledge and liberation, using images and words, and integrating multiple forms of expression: free association of ideas, doodles, collages drawings, paintings , poems, letters, narrations and stories - realistic and fantastic - of his own life. Inspired by his diary we created this intimate Notebook, with the intention of offering a meeting space with oneself through art. This book is not intended to be a technical book for making art, it is an invitation to reflection, to creativity and to personal renewal.
To Frida Kahlo we know her, in great measure, by the intensity of her personal life: as a passionate wife of the painter Diego Rivera and as subject and content of her work; but, beyond her self-portraits and autobiographical expressions of her painting, Frida built herself as a work of art, as a continuous impulse of creation as the subject of her own invention and personal construction. She was a woman who was ahead of her time, who dared to be and feel outside the limits of conventions, and to live her profound capacity to love and to manifest her passions.
La Vaca Independiente published a book of unpublished photographs by Frida Kahlo: The Seduced Chamber, a project by Carla Stellweg that allows the other woman to be discovered, not the Frida stereotype: suffering, victim, heartbreaking painter of her tragic history; but to the cheerful, daring, sensual woman, creator of her own identity./p>
The mysterious book The Diary of Frida Kahlo, an intimate self-portrait, comes to light. This encounter with his psychic, spiritual and aesthetic intimacy allows him to develop a closer relationship with his internal resources and to recognize the power of the newspaper as an ally and companion of personal processes with greater depth.
The Diary of Frida Kahlo is published for the first time. This first edition of the facsimile of the Diary of Frida Kahlo is a unique work, limited to three thousand numbered copies. It has two beautiful volumes, facsimile and transcriptions respectively, bound in leather.
Twenty years after the first edition of Frida Kahlo's Diary, La Vaca Independiente published once again the facsimile of this intimate document, which was, during the last ten years, her life, her intimate space, shelter and mirror of her soul.
Frida Kahlo's Intimate Notebook workshop is a guided space to guide you to create, like Frida, a personal notebook of reflection, self-knowledge and personal renewal. The workshop offers a gateway to the process of exploring your inner world and your creative self through exercises to clear, rest and observe the mind, introspection activities and activities and creative exercises. The workshop is offered in 2 hours or 6 hours mode.
La Vaca Independiente was born as an editorial with the intention of publishing books that invited us to change the look of conventional ways of seeing art. The Seduced Camera and the Diary of Frida Kahlo were the starting point.