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National Day Calendar
January 26, 2023 - National Green Juice Day | National Spouses Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 3:30


Welcome to January 26th, 2023 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate the drinking of the green and the art of marriage. Green juice is tastier than ever these days and one convenient bottle can hold the nutritional value of several servings of fruits and veggies. While juice has been around for thousands of years, the crazes of the last century have produced some amazing results. Norman Walker, who invented the first modern juicer in the 1930s lived to be 99 years old. Jack LaLanne who drank juice faithfully lived to be 96. And evidence suggests that it's never too late to turn over a new leaf, especially if your juice contains more green veggies than fruit. Give yourself the green light to make small healthy changes that are easy to stick with on National Green Juice Day!  Frida Kahlo was smitten from the moment she set eyes on a mural created by Diego Rivera. Fifteen years later they were formally introduced and they fell in love and were married. Their rocky relationship had many ups and downs, however, the impact they had on one another's art was enormous. Individually, they became two of the greatest artists of the 20th Century, but it was their mutual love for one another that fueled their creativity. On National Spouses Day, celebrate the partners who stick with you through thick and thin. As Frida put it, You deserve someone who brings you hope, coffee, and poetry. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Who ARTed
Frida Kahlo

Who ARTed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 12:26


Frida Kahlo was a painter in the early 20th century associated with the Surrealist movement. While she had some moderate success as a painter during her lifetime, her fame grew in the decades after her passing. Today she is among the most popular figures in art history. She is best known for her self-portraits that give viewers a sense of her pain but more importantly, her strength. Arts Madness Tournament links: Check out the Brackets Tell me which artist you think will win this year's tournament Give a shoutout to your favorite teacher (the teacher who gets the most shoutouts on this form by Feb 27 will get a $50 Amazon gift card) Who ARTed is an Airwave Media Podcast. Connect with me: Website | Twitter | Instagram | Tiktok Support the show: Merch from TeePublic | Make a Donation As always you can find images of the work being discussed at www.WhoARTedPodcast.com and of course, please leave a rating or review on your favorite podcast app. You might hear it read out on the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Instant Trivia
Episode 700 - New York - 14-Letter Words - Artists - Webster's 3Rd P. 2004 - Famous Kims

Instant Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 7:12


Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 700, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: New York 1: The top of the Skylon Tower soars 775' above this natural landmark. Niagara Falls. 2: This building in Albany is bounded by Washington Avenue and Swan, State and Eagle Streets. Capital building. 3: Troy, New York was home to the meatpacker who inspired this national symbol. "Uncle Sam". 4: A N. Tarrytown bridge named for this Washington Irving rider once stood where US9 crosses the Pocantico River. The Headless Horseman. 5: Val-Kill in Hyde Park was this first lady's retreat. Eleanor Roosevelt. Round 2. Category: 14-Letter Words 1: The American colonists complained to England about "taxation without" this. representation. 2: In arithmetic this operation yields a product. multiplication. 3: Passports and drivers' licenses are forms of this. identification. 4: It was a time of rebuilding after the Civil War, and before all the Confederate states were readmitted. Reconstruction. 5: In the 1950s, the RF-101 was the first supersonic aircraft built for this observation purpose. reconnaissance. Round 3. Category: Artists 1: In July 1954 her coffin was draped with a hammer and sickle flag while lying in state in Mexico's Palace of Fine Arts. Frida Kahlo. 2: Eugene Delacroix wrote "The first virtue of painting is to be a feast for" these. eyes. 3: This Spanish surrealist once broke the window of a 5th Avenue gallery after it had rearranged a display of his art. Salvador Dali. 4: Edward Hicks, best known for "The Peaceable Kingdom", was a minister of this religion. Friends (Society of Friends, Quakers). 5: One of America's most noted illustrators, he was Andrew Wyeth's father. N.C. Wyeth. Round 4. Category: Webster's 3Rd P. 2004 1: A cowboy might mosey into one of these bars. a saloon. 2: A sock in the eye hurts; a sockeye is this fish. salmon. 3: Meaning to leap or burst "forth", it's also the name of famous astronaut Ride. sally. 4: The living room of a fashionable French home, it's also a place your mom may go for a beauty treatment. a salon. 5: This genus of bacteria found on poultry and eggs can also be spread by pet turtles. salmonella. Round 5. Category: Famous Kims 1: As photojournalist Vicki Vale, she got the scoop on Batman. Kim Basinger. 2: This "Picnic" star is known for the menagerie she keeps on her ranch in Carmel, California. Kim Novak. 3: This KGB mole in the British government fled to Moscow in 1963. Kim Philby. 4: This Kim was born in Detroit but she wound up on the "Planet of the Apes". Kim Hunter. 5: He's been head of the Communist Party in North Korea since the 1940s. Kim Il-sung. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia! Special thanks to https://blog.feedspot.com/trivia_podcasts/

NO VENGAS TÚ
FRIDA KAHLO REENCARNÓ | NVT135

NO VENGAS TÚ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 40:41


Ausstellungstipps
“Viva Frida Kahlo“ in München

Ausstellungstipps

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 3:45


Gerade geht viel zu Ende in Bayern: Michael Friedel in Hof, Renoir/Jawlensky in Tegernsee, bald auch "JR: Chronicles" in München. Noch etwas länger zu sehen ist "Viva Frida Kahlo", auch in München - eine schmerzlich-bunte, immersive Inszenierung.

Au cœur de l'histoire
Frida Kahlo, la peintre de la douleur (partie 2)

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 13:08


Découvrez la suite du récit dédié à l'histoire de Frida Kahlo, l'influente peintre mexicaine du XXe siècle. Suite à un grave accident de ka route, la vie de Frida Kahlo bascule. Alitée pendant plusieurs mois, elle consacre son temps à la peinture, qu'elle commence à voir comme un moyen d'exprimer sa douleur. Elle entame une relation avec Diego Rivera, peintre muraliste, mais il ne tarde pas à la tromper avec sa sœur. Pendant ce temps-là, Frida Kahlo essaye de présenter ses œuvres dans des galeries américaines, mais ses toiles avant-gardistes sur l'avortement et la naissance sont mal reçues. En effet, blessée par Diego Rivera, ses peintures se font de plus en plus féministes… Comment va-t-elle réussir à se faire un nom ? Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" produit par Europe 1 Studio, l'historienne Virginie Girod raconte l'ascension de Frida Kahlo sur la scène artistique, puis sa fin tragique due à la maladie. "Au cœur de l'histoire" est un podcast Europe 1 Studio. Ecriture et présentation : Virginie Girod - Production : Adèle Humbert - Direction artistique : Adèle Humbert et Julien Tharaud - Réalisation : Clément Ibrahim - Musique originale : Julien Tharaud - Musiques additionnelles : Julien Tharaud et Sébastien Guidis - Communication : Kelly Decroix - Diffusion et rédaction : Eloise Bertil - Visuel : Sidonie Mangin

Au cœur de l'histoire
Frida Kahlo, la peintre de la douleur (partie 1)

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 13:50


Ecoutez l'histoire de Frida Kahlo, la peintre mexicaine la plus connue du XXe siècle. Frida Kahlo n'avait pas prévu de devenir artiste, jusqu'à ce qu'un tragique accident la mette sur la voie du dessin. En osant peindre ses sentiments ainsi que des sujets féminins comme l'avortement et l'amour passionnel, Frida Kahlo a pourtant révolutionné l'art. Ses toiles reflètent ses souffrances physiques et morales mais aussi de son incroyable vitalité. Comment est-elle devenue une icône mondiale ? Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" produit par Europe 1 Studio, l'historienne Virginie Girod raconte les drames qu'a vécu Frida Kahlo dans sa jeunesse et qui ont façonné ses œuvres.  "Au cœur de l'histoire" est un podcast Europe 1 Studio. Ecriture et présentation : Virginie Girod - Production : Adèle Humbert - Direction artistique : Adèle Humbert et Julien Tharaud - Réalisation : Clément Ibrahim - Musique originale : Julien Tharaud - Musiques additionnelles : Julien Tharaud et Sébastien Guidis - Communication : Kelly Decroix - Diffusion et rédaction : Eloise Bertil - Visuel : Sidonie Mangin

Carrusel de las Artes
200 años del desciframiento de los jeroglíficos y otros momentos del 2022 en Francia

Carrusel de las Artes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 13:28


Francia festejó los 200 años del desciframiento de los jeroglíficos por Jean-François Champollion y celebró el Premio Nobel de Literatura para la francesa Annie Ernaux. En esta edición de Carrusel de las Artes recordamos además a Frida Kahlo y su huella no solo en el arte plástico, sino también en la moda, y algunos de los artistas que se destacaron en el cine, el teatro y la música. 

Arts and Music (Video)
The Songs of Frida Kahlo

Arts and Music (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 56:00


Did you know that Frida Kahlo loved to sing? This concert features a selection of her favorite songs from the 1930s and 1940s. The concert is part of the San Diego Opera's world premiere of "El último sueño de Frida y Diego" ("The Last Dream of Frida and Diego") by Grammy Award–winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank and Pulitzer Prize–winning librettist Nilo Cruz. [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38456]

UC San Diego (Audio)
The Songs of Frida Kahlo

UC San Diego (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 56:00


Did you know that Frida Kahlo loved to sing? This concert features a selection of her favorite songs from the 1930s and 1940s. The concert is part of the San Diego Opera's world premiere of "El último sueño de Frida y Diego" ("The Last Dream of Frida and Diego") by Grammy Award–winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank and Pulitzer Prize–winning librettist Nilo Cruz. [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38456]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Did you know that Frida Kahlo loved to sing? This concert features a selection of her favorite songs from the 1930s and 1940s. The concert is part of the San Diego Opera's world premiere of "El último sueño de Frida y Diego" ("The Last Dream of Frida and Diego") by Grammy Award–winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank and Pulitzer Prize–winning librettist Nilo Cruz. [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38456]

Sortiraparis.com
Les sorties de la semaine du 2 au 8 janvier 2023

Sortiraparis.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 2:33


Chaque semaine, Sortiraparis vous propose une sélection de sorties à faire à Paris et en Ile-de-France ! ©Musique proposée par La Musique Libre/Jazz In Paris - Media Right Productions/Rizhlaine Ferfar/Laurent Pradal

Entreprendre dans la mode
[EXTRAIT] Frida Kahlo avec Miren Arzalluz à propos de Frida comme figure inspirante

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 3:46


Présentation de l'invitée : Depuis le 15 septembre et jusqu'au 5 mars 2023, Le Palais Galliera nous plonge dans l'intimité de Frida Kahlo, artiste mexicaine née le 6 juillet 1907 et disparue le 13 juillet 1954 dont l'oeuvre autobiographique a su par sa puissance et son engagement ,marquer durablement le monde de l'art, jusqu'à faire de cette artiste, une des icônes de la pop-culture. En collaboration avec le Museo Frida Kahlo, cette exposition retrace la vie de l'artiste grâce à la découverte incroyable en 2004 d'objets lui ayant appartenu et provenant de la Casa Azul, où elle a vécu tout au long de sa vie. Bien loin des clichés, le Palais Galliera propose à travers un parcours biographique et thématique de comprendre comment s'est construite l'identité de Frida Kahlo à travers son œuvre et son apparence. Pour ce nouvel épisode, j'ai eu la chance de parcourir cette exposition accompagné de Miren Arzalluz, directrice du Palais Galliera qui m'a fait découvrir une autre facette de Frida Kahlo, en me racontant l'histoire de ses objets (photos, vêtements, bijoux, lettres, cosmétiques, objets médicaux etc.) témoins de sa vie passionnée et tumultueuse. « Ce n'est pas une rétrospective sur Frida Kahlo, mais une exposition qui nous permet de rentrer dans son intimité et qui nous parle de la construction de son image en tant que femme, en tant qu'artiste à travers l'imagerie extraordinaire que nous avons tous en tête. » Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode : Qu'est ce que le Palais Galliera Miren Arzalluz se présente Présentation de Frida Kahlo La genèse de l'exposition L'influence de la révolution mexicaine Sa découverte de l'art après son accident L'histoire de la Casa Azul L'influence du costume Tehuana Frida Kahlo et le communisme Frida Kahlo et Diego Rivera : un couple explosif L'intime et le féminin au coeur de son oeuvre Ses premières expositions à Paris et New-York Sa rencontre avec André Breton et les surréalistes Réaffirmer sa culture grâce au vêtement Transcender la souffrance par l'art La Fridamania : pourquoi elle continuer à inspirer L'influence de Frida Kahlo sur la mode contemporaine « Frida Kahlo est devenue une icône culturelle, mais aussi esthétique. » « Frida Kahlo a tout de suite compris la force des vêtements pour s'exprimer et se construire. » « Nous voulons proposer de nouvelles lectures autour de la mode et Frida Kahlo nous permet de le faire. Sa popularité nous permet aussi d'élargir notre public : on voit des gens qui ne venaient que rarement au Palais Galliera, voire qui ne connaissent pas notre musée. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com. Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode. Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références : L'épisode de Miren Arzalluz sur Entreprendre dans la mode : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miren-arzalluz-directrice-du-palais-galliera-la-mode/id1300541489?i=1000566776940 Le Palais Galliera : https://www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr/ La Casa Azul : https://www.museofridakahlo.org.mx/ Diego Rivera : http://www.artnet.fr/artistes/diego-rivera/ Frida (2002) Julie Taymor : https://youtu.be/-CTM7FcY1LE Frida Kahlo par Nickolas Muray : https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-intimate-iconic-photos-nickolas-muray-frida-kahlo Frida Kahlo photographiée par Toni Frissell en 1937 pour le Vogue américain : https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/frida-kahlo-photographed-for-the-october-1-1937-issue-of-vogue-toni-frissell/UQFWVaTWC8xZnw?hl=fr 5 objets de l'exposition au Palais Galliera qui racontent Frida Kahlo : https://www.parismusees.paris.fr/fr/actualite/5-objets-de-l-exposition-au-palais-galliera-qui-racontent-frida-kahlo

Mujeres...¡de acá!
Siempre es mejor con amigas.

Mujeres...¡de acá!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 50:25


En el último Mujeres...¡de acá! del año Marcela Ojeda entrevistó a la escritora y periodista Florencia Etcheves para conversar sobre su nuevo libro "La cocinera de Frida" que traza un recorrido frenético e intenso entre la Caza Azul en México y parte de Boedo y La Recoleta en Buenos Aires con personajes exquisitos que se van robusteciendo a medida que uno ingresa en estas historias "El editor de Planeta México me dijo que hace tiempo venía pensando en la idea de publicar una novela policial que tenga como referente a Frida Kahlo y mientras me lo contaba en mi cabeza pensaba ¿por qué Frida y no otra? Para mí era todo ajeno, Frida, el país y pensaba en que lo que tenía que hacer era ver una mecánica criminal y pensar en los personajes” contó Florencia. "La cantidad de material en relación al universo de Frida es enorme y los periodistas tenemos como un ojo de ver la película y en fosforescente se nos aparece la foto y sabemos que es lo que necesitamos y para que eso funcionara yo tenía que tener en claro a la protagonista de mi libro, que siempre se llamó ´La cocinera de Frida´ y yo sabía que ella era la protagonista y que todo el universo Frida y Diego iban a ser los que modificaran su vida" dijo Etcheves Sobre su presente profesional comentó "no creo que sea mi momento más maduro como escritora, pero sí esta novela me sirvió mucho para saber que puedo caminar otros géneros porque si tengo que definir esta novela lo haría como un ´culebrón mexicano´ meets policial argento" En el segmento de Feminacida, Agustina Lanza hizo un balance al cumplirse dos años de la aprobación de la Ley de Interrupción Voluntaria del Embarazo. Y además, Marcela conversó con la periodista Silvina Molina, editora del área de género de la agencia Télam para hacer un balance sobre la agenda feminista del 2022. "En el anuario que hice para la agencia elegí darle una mirada positiva por eso arranqué con el Mundial y el espacio que han ganado las mujeres en las transmisiones, mujeres arbitrando. Es muy interesante y nos muestra el camino, ver a los jugadores llorando y emocionándose, esas nuevas masculinidades que desde los movimiento de mujeres venimos impulsando creo que el Mundial nos mostró que hay un camino que se está transitando, que falta mucho, pero que estamos yendo en la dirección correcta" contó Silvina. Y sobre la tasa de femicidios de este año Silvina comentó "por lo que estamos viendo, tenemos relevamiento de distintas organizaciones de la sociedad civil, pero los números no son buenos. Creo que vamos a tener una tasa alta y que es el gran tema, ¿qué nos está pasando como sociedad que no podemos frenar los femicidios? Es el gran problema que tenemos que resolver en la Argentina y que hay que pensarlo y repensarlo desde todos los puntos de vista" y agregó "a mí me indigna cuando me llaman a cualquier hora mujeres, amigas y familias de mujeres que están en situaciones de violencia, me indigna porque hoy tenemos un montón de instituciones en el país y sin embargo si se recurre a las periodistas es porque hay un sistema que está fallando" Además aseguró "en este tiempo fui aprendiendo a darle más voz a las sobrevivientes porque tienen mucho para decirnos y a quienes hacen políticas públicas, ya sea el Poder Ejecutivo, el Legislativo o el Judicial, tienen que hacer más políticas públicas escuchando a las sobrevivientes". Y para finalizar agregó "cuidados es la base de la desigualdad y de la violencia, es así de importante. Se llegó a un proyecto, pero hay un silencio total en el Poder Legislativo y termina el año parlamentario y el proyecto no se trató".

Entreprendre dans la mode
[EXTRAIT] Frida Kahlo avec Miren Arzalluz à propos de l'accident de Frida et ses débuts en tant qu'artiste

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 4:24


Présentation de l'invitée : Depuis le 15 septembre et jusqu'au 5 mars 2023, Le Palais Galliera nous plonge dans l'intimité de Frida Kahlo, artiste mexicaine née le 6 juillet 1907 et disparue le 13 juillet 1954 dont l'oeuvre autobiographique a su par sa puissance et son engagement ,marquer durablement le monde de l'art, jusqu'à faire de cette artiste, une des icônes de la pop-culture. En collaboration avec le Museo Frida Kahlo, cette exposition retrace la vie de l'artiste grâce à la découverte incroyable en 2004 d'objets lui ayant appartenu et provenant de la Casa Azul, où elle a vécu tout au long de sa vie. Bien loin des clichés, le Palais Galliera propose à travers un parcours biographique et thématique de comprendre comment s'est construite l'identité de Frida Kahlo à travers son œuvre et son apparence. Pour ce nouvel épisode, j'ai eu la chance de parcourir cette exposition accompagné de Miren Arzalluz, directrice du Palais Galliera qui m'a fait découvrir une autre facette de Frida Kahlo, en me racontant l'histoire de ses objets (photos, vêtements, bijoux, lettres, cosmétiques, objets médicaux etc.) témoins de sa vie passionnée et tumultueuse. « Ce n'est pas une rétrospective sur Frida Kahlo, mais une exposition qui nous permet de rentrer dans son intimité et qui nous parle de la construction de son image en tant que femme, en tant qu'artiste à travers l'imagerie extraordinaire que nous avons tous en tête. » Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode : Qu'est ce que le Palais Galliera Miren Arzalluz se présente Présentation de Frida Kahlo La genèse de l'exposition L'influence de la révolution mexicaine Sa découverte de l'art après son accident L'histoire de la Casa Azul L'influence du costume Tehuana Frida Kahlo et le communisme Frida Kahlo et Diego Rivera : un couple explosif L'intime et le féminin au coeur de son oeuvre Ses premières expositions à Paris et New-York Sa rencontre avec André Breton et les surréalistes Réaffirmer sa culture grâce au vêtement Transcender la souffrance par l'art La Fridamania : pourquoi elle continuer à inspirer L'influence de Frida Kahlo sur la mode contemporaine « Frida Kahlo est devenue une icône culturelle, mais aussi esthétique. » « Frida Kahlo a tout de suite compris la force des vêtements pour s'exprimer et se construire. » « Nous voulons proposer de nouvelles lectures autour de la mode et Frida Kahlo nous permet de le faire. Sa popularité nous permet aussi d'élargir notre public : on voit des gens qui ne venaient que rarement au Palais Galliera, voire qui ne connaissent pas notre musée. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com. Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode. Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références : L'épisode de Miren Arzalluz sur Entreprendre dans la mode : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miren-arzalluz-directrice-du-palais-galliera-la-mode/id1300541489?i=1000566776940 Le Palais Galliera : https://www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr/ La Casa Azul : https://www.museofridakahlo.org.mx/ Diego Rivera : http://www.artnet.fr/artistes/diego-rivera/ Frida (2002) Julie Taymor : https://youtu.be/-CTM7FcY1LE Frida Kahlo par Nickolas Muray : https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-intimate-iconic-photos-nickolas-muray-frida-kahlo Frida Kahlo photographiée par Toni Frissell en 1937 pour le Vogue américain : https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/frida-kahlo-photographed-for-the-october-1-1937-issue-of-vogue-toni-frissell/UQFWVaTWC8xZnw?hl=fr 5 objets de l'exposition au Palais Galliera qui racontent Frida Kahlo : https://www.parismusees.paris.fr/fr/actualite/5-objets-de-l-exposition-au-palais-galliera-qui-racontent-frida-kahlo

Entreprendre dans la mode
[EXTRAIT] Frida Kahlo avec Miren Arzalluz à propos de l'incroyable découverte à l'origine de cette exposition

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 3:46


Présentation de l'invitée : Depuis le 15 septembre et jusqu'au 5 mars 2023, Le Palais Galliera nous plonge dans l'intimité de Frida Kahlo, artiste mexicaine née le 6 juillet 1907 et disparue le 13 juillet 1954 dont l'oeuvre autobiographique a su par sa puissance et son engagement ,marquer durablement le monde de l'art, jusqu'à faire de cette artiste, une des icônes de la pop-culture. En collaboration avec le Museo Frida Kahlo, cette exposition retrace la vie de l'artiste grâce à la découverte incroyable en 2004 d'objets lui ayant appartenu et provenant de la Casa Azul, où elle a vécu tout au long de sa vie. Bien loin des clichés, le Palais Galliera propose à travers un parcours biographique et thématique de comprendre comment s'est construite l'identité de Frida Kahlo à travers son œuvre et son apparence. Pour ce nouvel épisode, j'ai eu la chance de parcourir cette exposition accompagné de Miren Arzalluz, directrice du Palais Galliera qui m'a fait découvrir une autre facette de Frida Kahlo, en me racontant l'histoire de ses objets (photos, vêtements, bijoux, lettres, cosmétiques, objets médicaux etc.) témoins de sa vie passionnée et tumultueuse. « Ce n'est pas une rétrospective sur Frida Kahlo, mais une exposition qui nous permet de rentrer dans son intimité et qui nous parle de la construction de son image en tant que femme, en tant qu'artiste à travers l'imagerie extraordinaire que nous avons tous en tête. » Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode : Qu'est ce que le Palais Galliera Miren Arzalluz se présente Présentation de Frida Kahlo La genèse de l'exposition L'influence de la révolution mexicaine Sa découverte de l'art après son accident L'histoire de la Casa Azul L'influence du costume Tehuana Frida Kahlo et le communisme Frida Kahlo et Diego Rivera : un couple explosif L'intime et le féminin au coeur de son oeuvre Ses premières expositions à Paris et New-York Sa rencontre avec André Breton et les surréalistes Réaffirmer sa culture grâce au vêtement Transcender la souffrance par l'art La Fridamania : pourquoi elle continuer à inspirer L'influence de Frida Kahlo sur la mode contemporaine « Frida Kahlo est devenue une icône culturelle, mais aussi esthétique. » « Frida Kahlo a tout de suite compris la force des vêtements pour s'exprimer et se construire. » « Nous voulons proposer de nouvelles lectures autour de la mode et Frida Kahlo nous permet de le faire. Sa popularité nous permet aussi d'élargir notre public : on voit des gens qui ne venaient que rarement au Palais Galliera, voire qui ne connaissent pas notre musée. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com. Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode. Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références : L'épisode de Miren Arzalluz sur Entreprendre dans la mode : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miren-arzalluz-directrice-du-palais-galliera-la-mode/id1300541489?i=1000566776940 Le Palais Galliera : https://www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr/ La Casa Azul : https://www.museofridakahlo.org.mx/ Diego Rivera : http://www.artnet.fr/artistes/diego-rivera/ Frida (2002) Julie Taymor : https://youtu.be/-CTM7FcY1LE Frida Kahlo par Nickolas Muray : https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-intimate-iconic-photos-nickolas-muray-frida-kahlo Frida Kahlo photographiée par Toni Frissell en 1937 pour le Vogue américain : https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/frida-kahlo-photographed-for-the-october-1-1937-issue-of-vogue-toni-frissell/UQFWVaTWC8xZnw?hl=fr 5 objets de l'exposition au Palais Galliera qui racontent Frida Kahlo : https://www.parismusees.paris.fr/fr/actualite/5-objets-de-l-exposition-au-palais-galliera-qui-racontent-frida-kahlo

Entreprendre dans la mode
Frida Kahlo avec Miren Arzalluz — Directrice du Palais Galliera — L'exposition Frida Kahlo, au-delà des apparences.

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 73:14


Présentation de l'invitée : Depuis le 15 septembre et jusqu'au 5 mars 2023, Le Palais Galliera nous plonge dans l'intimité de Frida Kahlo, artiste mexicaine née le 6 juillet 1907 et disparue le 13 juillet 1954 dont l'oeuvre autobiographique a su par sa puissance et son engagement, marquer durablement le monde de l'art, jusqu'à faire de cette artiste, une des icônes de la pop-culture. En collaboration avec le Museo Frida Kahlo, cette exposition retrace la vie de l'artiste grâce à la découverte incroyable en 2004 d'objets lui ayant appartenu et provenant de la Casa Azul, où elle a vécu tout au long de sa vie. Bien loin des clichés, le Palais Galliera propose à travers un parcours biographique et thématique de comprendre comment s'est construite l'identité de Frida Kahlo à travers son œuvre et son apparence. Pour ce nouvel épisode, j'ai eu la chance de parcourir cette exposition accompagné de Miren Arzalluz, directrice du Palais Galliera qui m'a fait découvrir une autre facette de Frida Kahlo, en me racontant l'histoire de ses objets (photos, vêtements, bijoux, lettres, cosmétiques, objets médicaux etc.) témoins de sa vie passionnée et tumultueuse. « Ce n'est pas une rétrospective sur Frida Kahlo, mais une exposition qui nous permet de rentrer dans son intimité et qui nous parle de la construction de son image en tant que femme, en tant qu'artiste à travers l'imagerie extraordinaire que nous avons tous en tête. » Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode : Qu'est ce que le Palais Galliera Miren Arzalluz se présente Présentation de Frida Kahlo La genèse de l'exposition L'influence de la révolution mexicaine Sa découverte de l'art après son accident L'histoire de la Casa Azul L'influence du costume Tehuana Frida Kahlo et le communisme Frida Kahlo et Diego Rivera : un couple explosif L'intime et le féminin au coeur de son oeuvre Ses premières expositions à Paris et New-York Sa rencontre avec André Breton et les surréalistes Réaffirmer sa culture grâce au vêtement Transcender la souffrance par l'art La Fridamania : pourquoi elle continuer à inspirer L'influence de Frida Kahlo sur la mode contemporaine « Frida Kahlo est devenue une icône culturelle, mais aussi esthétique. » « Frida Kahlo a tout de suite compris la force des vêtements pour s'exprimer et se construire. » « Nous voulons proposer de nouvelles lectures autour de la mode et Frida Kahlo nous permet de le faire. Sa popularité nous permet aussi d'élargir notre public : on voit des gens qui ne venaient que rarement au Palais Galliera, voire qui ne connaissent pas notre musée. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com. Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode. Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références : L'épisode de Miren Arzalluz sur Entreprendre dans la mode : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miren-arzalluz-directrice-du-palais-galliera-la-mode/id1300541489?i=1000566776940 Le Palais Galliera : https://www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr/ La Casa Azul : https://www.museofridakahlo.org.mx/ Diego Rivera : http://www.artnet.fr/artistes/diego-rivera/ Frida (2002) Julie Taymor : https://youtu.be/-CTM7FcY1LE Frida Kahlo par Nickolas Muray : https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-intimate-iconic-photos-nickolas-muray-frida-kahlo Frida Kahlo photographiée par Toni Frissell en 1937 pour le Vogue américain : https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/frida-kahlo-photographed-for-the-october-1-1937-issue-of-vogue-toni-frissell/UQFWVaTWC8xZnw?hl=fr 5 objets de l'exposition au Palais Galliera qui racontent Frida Kahlo : https://www.parismusees.paris.fr/fr/actualite/5-objets-de-l-exposition-au-palais-galliera-qui-racontent-frida-kahlo

Pep Talks for Artists
Ep 41: Artist Pet Peeves w/ Jennifer Coates

Pep Talks for Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 80:24


The wonderful Jennifer Coates is back in the co-host seat this time to help me kvetch about all things art and being an artist. We come correct with a panoply of over 35 heartfelt pet peeves. It was our pleasure to also dive into the IG mailbag for some Listener Peeves! Where do pushpins go when they fall to the floor and immediately vanish? Why is titanium white sold out more often than not? Why are applications so often left on "read"? Also, why is the art world so ageist? These and so many more peeves will be aired and brought into the light. We hope you'll relate to our shared angst and grind your teeth along with us. Join in for some non-toxic negativity! Jennifer Coates: web: http://www.jenniferlcoates.com/ ig: @jennifercoates666 Peeve Contributors: Thank you to the following artists: Monica Church, Bonnie Paisley, Jessica Plattner, Natalie Lerner, Lawre Stone, Joey of Radius Studios, Jane Fine, Jane McKenzie, Amy McCormac, Kat Dufault, Mary McFerran, Melissa Capasso, MaryAnne Murray, Kirsten Borror, Alicia Mikles and Linda Stillman Other Artists Mentioned: Michael Berryhill, Bridget Riley, Frida Kahlo, Albert Pinkham Ryder, Clarity Haynes Essays/Articles Mentioned: Talking to yourself is a sign of intelligence: https://bigthink.com/neuropsych/why-talking-to-yourself-out-loud-might-be-just-what-your-brain-needs/ Clarity Hayne's amazing essay "On Detail": https://tartblog.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/on-detail-embracing-the-forbidden/ Thank you to all who helped make this episode a reality by sending in peeves! ---------------------------- Pep Talks on IG: @peptalksforartists Amy's website: https://www.amytalluto.com/ Amy on IG: @talluts Donate to the Peps: Buy Me a Coffee or https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/support. All music tracks and SFX are licensed from Soundstripe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/support

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Frida Kahlo: La vida de un ícono en el Festival de Sídney 2023

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 14:46


El Festival de Sídney 2023, regresará a la ciudad del 5 al 29 de enero con un increíble cartel de actos artísticos y culturales, entre los que se encuentra la exposición de Jordi Sellas llamada Frida Kahlo: The Life of an Icon (Frida Kahlo: la vida de un ícono) que será su primera vez en Australia.

Front Row
Lucy Prebble, immersive experiences, what next for ENO

Front Row

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 42:22


Lucy Prebble, acclaimed playwright and Succession screenwriter, talks to Tom about the return of I Hate Suzie Too, her TV collaboration with Billie Piper about a B-list celebrity making a reality TV comeback, following an intimate phone hacking scandal. Immersive and interactive exhibitions, performances and ‘experiences' are everywhere, from the Frida Kahlo exhibition at the Reel Store in Coventry to a Peaky Blinders experience in London. Tom is joined by author Laurence Scott and art critic Rachel Campbell-Johnson to ask if we've reached peak immersion. After having its funding slashed and being told it must move out of London, where does the English National Opera go from here? Manchester has been mooted, although there are reports that the Arts Council may be about to grant the ENO a reprieve. The company's chief executive Stuart Murphy will give us an update, and we'll hear from Richard Mantle, chief executive of Leeds-based Opera North, which tours to cities including Greater Manchester. And Manchester-based opera singer Soraya Mafi, who has performed with ENO, explains what the move might mean to her. Image: Billie Piper as Suzie Pickles in I Hate Suzie Too Photographer: Tom Beard Copyright: Sky UK Ltd.

Ortamlarda Satılacak Bilgi
Günlük Ritüeller : Charles Darwin, Mozart, Frida Kahlo, Agatha Christie, Isaac Asimov, B.F Skinner, Yayoi Kusama

Ortamlarda Satılacak Bilgi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 31:21


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RNZ: Voices
'Design is political' - looking beyond Frida Kahlo's pop icon status

RNZ: Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 13:44


In Part 1 of 2 episodes on design, decoloniality and culturally safe practices, Kadambari Raghukumar speaks to Dr Diana Albarran Gonzalez on Mexican design and textiles that became trendy in recent years, thanks to Fridamania.

Art Class Curator
The Discomfort of Being With: Unarmored Presence in the Wild Edges of Being Human with Allison Crow

Art Class Curator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 59:49


I've discussed The Two Fridas by Frida Kahlo with hundreds of people of all ages in my career, and this discussion with Allison Crow helped me look at this inspiring painting in a completely new way. In this episode, we talk knowing ourselves, being present with our pain, our emotions, and all of our parts, and the beauty and healing power of connection. You can get Allison's new book, Unarmored: Finding Home in the Wild Edges of Being Human, on Amazon. *affiliate link To see the artwork, click here. For more the links and other artworks featured in this episode. Visit the shownotes at this link. 

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Frida and Diego: An Artistic Marriage

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 59:51


Explore the politics, economics and art in the time of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Gregorio Luke, UC San Diego lecturer, author, specialist in Mexican art and culture and former Director of the Museum of Latin American Art, presents a fascinating portrait of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, including their paintings, photographs and rare film footage. This lecture is part of the San Diego Opera's world premiere of "El último sueño de Frida y Diego" ("The Last Dream of Frida and Diego") by Grammy Award–winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank and Pulitzer Prize–winning librettist Nilo Cruz. Series: "Helen Edison Lecture Series" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38454]

Humanities (Audio)
Frida and Diego: An Artistic Marriage

Humanities (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 59:51


Explore the politics, economics and art in the time of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Gregorio Luke, UC San Diego lecturer, author, specialist in Mexican art and culture and former Director of the Museum of Latin American Art, presents a fascinating portrait of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, including their paintings, photographs and rare film footage. This lecture is part of the San Diego Opera's world premiere of "El último sueño de Frida y Diego" ("The Last Dream of Frida and Diego") by Grammy Award–winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank and Pulitzer Prize–winning librettist Nilo Cruz. Series: "Helen Edison Lecture Series" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38454]

UC San Diego (Audio)
Frida and Diego: An Artistic Marriage

UC San Diego (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 59:51


Explore the politics, economics and art in the time of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Gregorio Luke, UC San Diego lecturer, author, specialist in Mexican art and culture and former Director of the Museum of Latin American Art, presents a fascinating portrait of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, including their paintings, photographs and rare film footage. This lecture is part of the San Diego Opera's world premiere of "El último sueño de Frida y Diego" ("The Last Dream of Frida and Diego") by Grammy Award–winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank and Pulitzer Prize–winning librettist Nilo Cruz. Series: "Helen Edison Lecture Series" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38454]

Arts and Music (Video)
Frida and Diego: An Artistic Marriage

Arts and Music (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 59:51


Explore the politics, economics and art in the time of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Gregorio Luke, UC San Diego lecturer, author, specialist in Mexican art and culture and former Director of the Museum of Latin American Art, presents a fascinating portrait of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, including their paintings, photographs and rare film footage. This lecture is part of the San Diego Opera's world premiere of "El último sueño de Frida y Diego" ("The Last Dream of Frida and Diego") by Grammy Award–winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank and Pulitzer Prize–winning librettist Nilo Cruz. Series: "Helen Edison Lecture Series" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38454]

And the Award Goes To... Hosted by Ilana Levine
Ep21 - Julie Taymor (The Lion King - 1998)

And the Award Goes To... Hosted by Ilana Levine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 62:04


Julie Taymor made history being the first female director to win a Tony Award for Best Director of a Musical. One of the most iconic directors of our generation, Julie is also a writer of theater, opera and film. Her stage adaptation of The Lion King debuted in 1997, and received eleven Tony Award nominations, with Taymor receiving Tony Awards for Best Director and Costume Designer. Her film Frida, about Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, was nominated for five Academy Awards, including a Best Original Song nomination for Taymor's composition "Burn It Blue".  Julie has a strong passion for mask work, puppetry work, and why many people who watch The Lion King may not understand the extreme levels of talent required to be a great performer with a mask on. Julie also discusses what the show means to her, why it's so important to the world, and what really drives her. Hosted by Ilana Levine, Produced by Alan Seales, part of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

La Maison de la Poésie
Lettres de Frida Kahlo

La Maison de la Poésie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 62:05


Lecture par Anne Alvaro Lecture créée aux Correspondances de Manosque 2022. Figure marquante de la peinture mexicaine, Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) a produit une œuvre picturale prolifique et saisissante qui témoigne à la fois de la culture traditionnelle de son pays et de sa souffrance physique. Atteinte de poliomyélite depuis l'enfance et victime d'un grave accident de bus en 1925, elle subit de nombreuses interventions chirurgicales tout au long de sa courte vie. C'est à la suite de son accident qu'elle commence à peindre. Très vite, elle devient le symbole vivant du Mexique à l'étranger et une icône du féminisme. Elle incarne une femme libre, indépendante qui affirme ses idées politiques, immensément courageuse face aux douloureux obstacles dont sa vie est semée. « Je ne suis pas morte et j'ai une raison de vivre. Cette raison, c'est la peinture. » En 1929, elle épouse le peintre Diego Rivera qu'elle admire et avec lequel elle aura une relation passionnelle. Dans ses lettres adressées à ses amis, ses amants, son médecin et Diego, Frida Kahlo évoque ses amours, ses combats politiques, son engagement féministe, son corps douloureux. « Je ne saurais dire si mes tableaux sont surréalistes ou pas, mais je sais qu'ils sont la plus franche expression de moi-même, sans jamais tenir compte des jugements et des préjugés de quiconque. » Frida Kahlo À lire – Frida Kahlo par Frida Kahlo, Lettres 1922-1954, Points, 2009. À voir – Exposition Frida Kahlo, Au-delà des apparences, Palais Galliera, jusqu'au 5 mars 2023.

Kultur – detektor.fm
Katy Hessel – Frauen in der Kunst

Kultur – detektor.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 16:01


Frida Kahlo, Paula Modersohn-Becker und Louise Bourgeois – diese Frauen vereint nicht nur, dass sie grandiose Werke geschaffen haben, sie sind auch Frauen in der Kunst: Vorreiterinnen, Kämpferinnen, Künstlerinnen und Ausnahmen. Denn bis heute wird die Kunstgeschichte vor allem von Männern geschrieben. Hier entlang geht's zu den Links unserer Werbepartner: https://detektor.fm/werbepartner/kunst-und-leben >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/kultur/monopol-podcast-katy-hessel

Kunst und Leben – Der Monopol-Podcast – detektor.fm
Katy Hessel – Frauen in der Kunst

Kunst und Leben – Der Monopol-Podcast – detektor.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 16:01


Frida Kahlo, Paula Modersohn-Becker und Louise Bourgeois – diese Frauen vereint nicht nur, dass sie grandiose Werke geschaffen haben, sie sind auch Frauen in der Kunst: Vorreiterinnen, Kämpferinnen, Künstlerinnen und Ausnahmen. Denn bis heute wird die Kunstgeschichte vor allem von Männern geschrieben. Hier entlang geht's zu den Links unserer Werbepartner: https://detektor.fm/werbepartner/kunst-und-leben >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/kultur/monopol-podcast-katy-hessel

New Books in History
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, "Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century" (St. Martin's Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:50


While the story of women's liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over the twentieth century, the most important and influential female fashions of the era featured skirts. Suffragists and soldiers marched in skirts; the heroines of the Civil Rights Movement took a stand in skirts. Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe revolutionized modern art and Marie Curie won two Nobel Prizes in skirts. When NASA put a man on the moon, “the computer wore a skirt,” in the words of one of those computers, mathematician Katherine G. Johnson. As women made strides towards equality in the vote, the workforce, and the world at large, their wardrobes evolved with them. They did not need to "wear the pants" to be powerful or progressive; the dress itself became modern as designers like Mariano Fortuny, Coco Chanel, Jean Patou, and Diane von Furstenberg redefined femininity for a new era. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell's Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century (St. Martin's Press, 2022) looks at the history of twentieth-century womenswear through the lens of game-changing styles like the little black dress and the Bar Suit, as well as more obscure innovations like the Taxi dress or the Pop-Over dress, which came with a matching potholder. These influential garments illuminate the times in which they were first worn―and the women who wore them―while continuing to shape contemporary fashion and even opening the door for a genderfluid future of skirts. At once an authoritative work of history and a delightfully entertaining romp through decades of fashion, Skirts charts the changing fortunes, freedoms, and aspirations of women themselves. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College. @JaneScimeca1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, "Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century" (St. Martin's Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:50


While the story of women's liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over the twentieth century, the most important and influential female fashions of the era featured skirts. Suffragists and soldiers marched in skirts; the heroines of the Civil Rights Movement took a stand in skirts. Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe revolutionized modern art and Marie Curie won two Nobel Prizes in skirts. When NASA put a man on the moon, “the computer wore a skirt,” in the words of one of those computers, mathematician Katherine G. Johnson. As women made strides towards equality in the vote, the workforce, and the world at large, their wardrobes evolved with them. They did not need to "wear the pants" to be powerful or progressive; the dress itself became modern as designers like Mariano Fortuny, Coco Chanel, Jean Patou, and Diane von Furstenberg redefined femininity for a new era. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell's Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century (St. Martin's Press, 2022) looks at the history of twentieth-century womenswear through the lens of game-changing styles like the little black dress and the Bar Suit, as well as more obscure innovations like the Taxi dress or the Pop-Over dress, which came with a matching potholder. These influential garments illuminate the times in which they were first worn―and the women who wore them―while continuing to shape contemporary fashion and even opening the door for a genderfluid future of skirts. At once an authoritative work of history and a delightfully entertaining romp through decades of fashion, Skirts charts the changing fortunes, freedoms, and aspirations of women themselves. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College. @JaneScimeca1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in European Studies
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, "Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century" (St. Martin's Press, 2022)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:50


While the story of women's liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over the twentieth century, the most important and influential female fashions of the era featured skirts. Suffragists and soldiers marched in skirts; the heroines of the Civil Rights Movement took a stand in skirts. Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe revolutionized modern art and Marie Curie won two Nobel Prizes in skirts. When NASA put a man on the moon, “the computer wore a skirt,” in the words of one of those computers, mathematician Katherine G. Johnson. As women made strides towards equality in the vote, the workforce, and the world at large, their wardrobes evolved with them. They did not need to "wear the pants" to be powerful or progressive; the dress itself became modern as designers like Mariano Fortuny, Coco Chanel, Jean Patou, and Diane von Furstenberg redefined femininity for a new era. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell's Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century (St. Martin's Press, 2022) looks at the history of twentieth-century womenswear through the lens of game-changing styles like the little black dress and the Bar Suit, as well as more obscure innovations like the Taxi dress or the Pop-Over dress, which came with a matching potholder. These influential garments illuminate the times in which they were first worn―and the women who wore them―while continuing to shape contemporary fashion and even opening the door for a genderfluid future of skirts. At once an authoritative work of history and a delightfully entertaining romp through decades of fashion, Skirts charts the changing fortunes, freedoms, and aspirations of women themselves. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College. @JaneScimeca1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

New Books in American Studies
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, "Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century" (St. Martin's Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:50


While the story of women's liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over the twentieth century, the most important and influential female fashions of the era featured skirts. Suffragists and soldiers marched in skirts; the heroines of the Civil Rights Movement took a stand in skirts. Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe revolutionized modern art and Marie Curie won two Nobel Prizes in skirts. When NASA put a man on the moon, “the computer wore a skirt,” in the words of one of those computers, mathematician Katherine G. Johnson. As women made strides towards equality in the vote, the workforce, and the world at large, their wardrobes evolved with them. They did not need to "wear the pants" to be powerful or progressive; the dress itself became modern as designers like Mariano Fortuny, Coco Chanel, Jean Patou, and Diane von Furstenberg redefined femininity for a new era. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell's Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century (St. Martin's Press, 2022) looks at the history of twentieth-century womenswear through the lens of game-changing styles like the little black dress and the Bar Suit, as well as more obscure innovations like the Taxi dress or the Pop-Over dress, which came with a matching potholder. These influential garments illuminate the times in which they were first worn―and the women who wore them―while continuing to shape contemporary fashion and even opening the door for a genderfluid future of skirts. At once an authoritative work of history and a delightfully entertaining romp through decades of fashion, Skirts charts the changing fortunes, freedoms, and aspirations of women themselves. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College. @JaneScimeca1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Popular Culture
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, "Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century" (St. Martin's Press, 2022)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:50


While the story of women's liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over the twentieth century, the most important and influential female fashions of the era featured skirts. Suffragists and soldiers marched in skirts; the heroines of the Civil Rights Movement took a stand in skirts. Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe revolutionized modern art and Marie Curie won two Nobel Prizes in skirts. When NASA put a man on the moon, “the computer wore a skirt,” in the words of one of those computers, mathematician Katherine G. Johnson. As women made strides towards equality in the vote, the workforce, and the world at large, their wardrobes evolved with them. They did not need to "wear the pants" to be powerful or progressive; the dress itself became modern as designers like Mariano Fortuny, Coco Chanel, Jean Patou, and Diane von Furstenberg redefined femininity for a new era. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell's Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century (St. Martin's Press, 2022) looks at the history of twentieth-century womenswear through the lens of game-changing styles like the little black dress and the Bar Suit, as well as more obscure innovations like the Taxi dress or the Pop-Over dress, which came with a matching potholder. These influential garments illuminate the times in which they were first worn―and the women who wore them―while continuing to shape contemporary fashion and even opening the door for a genderfluid future of skirts. At once an authoritative work of history and a delightfully entertaining romp through decades of fashion, Skirts charts the changing fortunes, freedoms, and aspirations of women themselves. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College. @JaneScimeca1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

New Books in Gender Studies
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, "Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century" (St. Martin's Press, 2022)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:50


While the story of women's liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over the twentieth century, the most important and influential female fashions of the era featured skirts. Suffragists and soldiers marched in skirts; the heroines of the Civil Rights Movement took a stand in skirts. Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe revolutionized modern art and Marie Curie won two Nobel Prizes in skirts. When NASA put a man on the moon, “the computer wore a skirt,” in the words of one of those computers, mathematician Katherine G. Johnson. As women made strides towards equality in the vote, the workforce, and the world at large, their wardrobes evolved with them. They did not need to "wear the pants" to be powerful or progressive; the dress itself became modern as designers like Mariano Fortuny, Coco Chanel, Jean Patou, and Diane von Furstenberg redefined femininity for a new era. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell's Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century (St. Martin's Press, 2022) looks at the history of twentieth-century womenswear through the lens of game-changing styles like the little black dress and the Bar Suit, as well as more obscure innovations like the Taxi dress or the Pop-Over dress, which came with a matching potholder. These influential garments illuminate the times in which they were first worn―and the women who wore them―while continuing to shape contemporary fashion and even opening the door for a genderfluid future of skirts. At once an authoritative work of history and a delightfully entertaining romp through decades of fashion, Skirts charts the changing fortunes, freedoms, and aspirations of women themselves. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College. @JaneScimeca1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in Women's History
Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, "Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century" (St. Martin's Press, 2022)

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 41:50


While the story of women's liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over the twentieth century, the most important and influential female fashions of the era featured skirts. Suffragists and soldiers marched in skirts; the heroines of the Civil Rights Movement took a stand in skirts. Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe revolutionized modern art and Marie Curie won two Nobel Prizes in skirts. When NASA put a man on the moon, “the computer wore a skirt,” in the words of one of those computers, mathematician Katherine G. Johnson. As women made strides towards equality in the vote, the workforce, and the world at large, their wardrobes evolved with them. They did not need to "wear the pants" to be powerful or progressive; the dress itself became modern as designers like Mariano Fortuny, Coco Chanel, Jean Patou, and Diane von Furstenberg redefined femininity for a new era. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell's Skirts: Fashioning Modern Femininity in the Twentieth Century (St. Martin's Press, 2022) looks at the history of twentieth-century womenswear through the lens of game-changing styles like the little black dress and the Bar Suit, as well as more obscure innovations like the Taxi dress or the Pop-Over dress, which came with a matching potholder. These influential garments illuminate the times in which they were first worn―and the women who wore them―while continuing to shape contemporary fashion and even opening the door for a genderfluid future of skirts. At once an authoritative work of history and a delightfully entertaining romp through decades of fashion, Skirts charts the changing fortunes, freedoms, and aspirations of women themselves. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College. @JaneScimeca1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Histoires de Musique
Le Miroir de Frida Kahlo

Histoires de Musique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 10:11


durée : 00:10:11 - Le Miroir de Frida Kahlo - par : Marianne Vourch - Frida Kahlo naît en 1907 au Mexique. Déjà de santé fragile, un tragique accident la cloue au lit à l'âge de 18 ans. Ce lit devient lit-atelier, et elle entame son travail artistique. Rétablie, elle s'engage dans la révolution mexicaine, elle rencontre le peintre Diego Rivera qui deviendra son époux. - réalisé par : Sophie Pichon

Creatives Offscript
Finding Your Creative Inspiration with Tristan Irving, Street Artist

Creatives Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 45:09


Tristan Irving is a Portland based street artist made famous by his striking paintings of historical figures such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Frida Kahlo and George Floyd. The latter was featured prominently during the protests and led to him being honored by the Portland Mayor's Office. In this interview we talk about his struggle with alcoholism, the impact Dan Wieden had on his life, and how one of his mentors inspired him to believe in himself as an artist.

Big Reputations
32. Frida Kahlo

Big Reputations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 71:38


In this episode we discuss the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. We spend some time on her early life before she turned to art, and her life leading up to her accident. Then we talk about her healing journey, her early art career, and her tumultuous relationship with Diego Rivera. Next we break down some of the labels that were assigned to Kahlo throughout her life and discuss why there might be more to them than meets the eye. Finally, we wrap up with a discussion of her impact on the art world, women's role in society, and the LGBTQIA+ community. Trigger warnings: sexual abuse, miscarriage,abortion, motor vehicle accident, attempted suicide   Follow the podcast: Twitter: @BigRepPod Instagram: @BigReputationsPod   Become a Patreon supporter: patreon.com/bigreputationspod   Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/86669619 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hosts: Kimberly Kunkle and Rebecca L. Salois Logo Design: Samantha Marmolejo Music: Shawn P. Russell Sound Consultant and Mixing: Shawn P. Russell Recording and Editing: Rebecca L. Salois ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sources: "Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up," a virtual exhibit from Victoria and Albert Museum "Frida Kahlo and Appropriation of Indigenous Cultures," by Chris Gonzalez Frida (2002), starring Salma Hayek, Alfred Molina, and Ashley Judd

Cuentos de Buenas Noches para Niñas Rebeldes
Frida Kahlo narrado por Lila Downs

Cuentos de Buenas Noches para Niñas Rebeldes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 25:17


Había una vez en un pequeño pueblo a las afueras de la Ciudad de México, una niña que vivía en una casa azul. Su nombre era Frida Kahlo. Frida llegaría a convertirse en la artista femenina más importante de su época, rompiendo todos los estereotipos sobre cómo el mundo veía a la mujer y luchando con fuerza por transmitir su forma de ver la vida a través de sus pinturas llenas de animales y exóticos colores. Basado en la serie de libros éxito en ventas “Cuentos de Buenas Noches para Niñas Rebeldes” es una producción de Adonde Media. Para conocer más ingresa a https://ninasrebeldespodcast.com

Más de uno
La moda del bigote en la historia del cine

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 6:18


Ángel Antonio Herrera nos habla del bigote, un elemento que se ha puesto de moda durante la pandemia. A lo largo de la historia, han sido muchos los hombres que han hecho de sus bigotes un icono. Aznar, Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente, Dalí, Freddy Mercurie... Pero no sólo hombres, el bigote también lo han lucido mujeres como Frida Kahlo, Patti Smith y en el cine Rosi de Palma en una película de Almodóvar. El lenguaje del bigote también ha tenido su presencia en el cine, en mayor o menor medida según las épocas. 

Good Morning America
GMA3: Thursday, October 27

Good Morning America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 40:38


Behind the scenes of the new Frida Kahlo immersive exhibit; Midterms in post-Roe America; Amanda Seales dishes on comedy tour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
91* Leah Price on Children's Books: Turning Back the Clock on “Adulting” (EF, JP)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 31:45


What do children love most about books? Leaving their mark on inviting white spaces? Or that enchanting feeling when a book marks them as its own, taking them off to where the wild things are? Back in 2021, Elizabeth and John invited illustrious and illuminating book historian Leah Price to decode childhood reading past and present. The conversation explores the tactile and textual properties of great children's books and debate adult fondness for juvenile literature. Leah asks if identifying with a literary character is a sign of virtuous imagination, or of craziness and laziness. She also schools John on what makes a good association copy, and reveals her son's magic words when he wants her to tell a story: Read it! For many years an English Professor at Harvard, Leah is founder and director of the Rutgers Initiative for the Book, and she tweets at @LeahAtWhatPrice. Her What We Talk About When We Talk About Books recently won Phi Beta Kappa's Christian Gauss Award. Sometime around the turn of the millennium, the concern about distinguishing between juvenile and adult books seemed to shift from moral panic about speeding up sexual maturity to worry about turning back the clock on what we now call adulting through the mainstreaming of young adult literature. Mentioned in the episode: Patrick Mc Donnell, A Perfectly Messed-Up Story “Association copy”–e.g. Frida Kahlo's goofily annotated and illustrated Works of Edgar Allen Poe. Mo Willem, We Are in a Book! (An Elephant and Piggie Book) Manners with a Library Book Dorothy Kunhardt, Pat the Bunny Erica Carle, The Very Hungry Caterpillar Peggy Rathmann, Ten Minutes Till Bedtime Maurice Sendak, Where the Wild Things Are Richard Wilbur, The Disappearing Alphabet Dr. Seuss, On Beyond Zebra! Miguel Cervantes, Don Quixote Charlotte Lenox, The Female Quixote  Recallable Books: what else should I read if I enjoyed this episode? (Leah) Francis Spufford, The Child that Books Built: A Life in Reading (Elizabeth) E. Nesbit The Railway Children: not to mention The Phoenix and the Carpet and Five Children and It (John) Wanda Gag, Millions of Cats: it's The Road for cats… John also wrote a children's book, back when his kids were tiny: Time and the Tapestry: A William Morris Adventure Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Make Art Not Content
Two Words Every Artist Should Abuse (Feat. Frida Kahlo)

Make Art Not Content

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 10:11


Sometimes learning a new word acts like dynamite on the walls around you. Today, we discuss TWO such words.| SOURCES: “All Star Series: Tyler Talk, Paris” by Converse ( https://youtu.be/Z90f1-zWg0c ); JAMES BALDWIN & NIKKI GIOVANNI - A CONVERSATION (1971) Complete ( https://youtu.be/4Jc54RvDUZU ); Your Mom's House Podcast - Ep.670 w/ Louis C.K. ( https://youtu.be/KTJXdmJ5cWQ ) “Know the Artist: Frida Kahlo “ by Several Circles | Art History ( https://youtu.be/9tKFIbT5UHc ); “Frida Kahlo • Pain Becomes Art (Creative Codex Podcast Ep 3)” by Creative Codex ( https://youtu.be/-N28Qwg7tYU ); “Frida Kahlo's Life” by Fineartchik ( https://youtu.be/QmxVEmS6ako ); “Frida Kahlo and Fibromyalgia: The Healing Power of Creativity” by Dr. Liptan ( https://youtu.be/1i7_JwCKlC8 )

Dream Big Podcast
DB 324: Life Lessons From Frida And Encanto! Let's Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

Dream Big Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 18:01


Every year in the US, we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month. We celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of US American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. In today's episode, Sophia and Olga join the National Hispanic Heritage Month celebration. They talk about the family values, festivities and diversity that we can all learn from our hispanic brothers and sisters as well as reasons why it is important to celebrate this event every year. They also talk about the story of Frida Kahlo, one of the most important Mexican artists and certainly one of the most iconic women in history. And for the fans of Encanto, Olga and Sophia will share four important culture and life lessons we can all learn from the Disney movie. This week, our challenge for you all big dreamers is to watch and discuss the characters of Encanto with your family. See how you can relate to them. You can think about your own unique gifts and talents, about your vision, your values, your feelings towards one of the other characters. Tell us about it and email us at olga@dreambigpodcast.com. We absolutely love hearing from you. Enjoy the episode!

Learn French with daily podcasts
Couleurs vives (Vibrant colors)

Learn French with daily podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 3:05 Very Popular


Ses couleurs vives, sa coiffure florale et ses bijoux éclatants ont rendu le style de l'artiste mexicaine Frida Kahlo aussi connu que ses peintures. Traduction: Her vibrant colours, floral hair-dos and striking jewellery have made Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's style as famous as her paintings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stuff You Should Know
Selects: Frida Kahlo: Painter, Icon, Genius

Stuff You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 47:36 Very Popular


Frida Kahlo was a painter who transcended her own work to became an icon. Learn all about her fascinating and inspiring life and work in this classic episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.