The Mask, 1945 Frida Kahlo

The Mask 1945 Frida Kahlo

In this self-portrait, The Mask, for the first time Frida eludes the viewer, whom she looks through the eye holes of a mask that allows her to hide her pain. It is not her, but the object that has a totally different face from hers: the one that cries. As always, she will not show her suffering, although she makes it evident through this painting that, as indicated in the title clarification, allows us to understand her degree of desperation… even madness.

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