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Saint Frida on Wood

  • Description

    Aside from being a ubiquitous symbol for Feminist Art and the Feminist movement, Frida Kahlo is a symbol of human determination and perseverance. A Mexican painter and activist, she sought to promote Mexico’s identity in a post-Colonial light. She was the first Mexican artist to have work hung in the Louvre. This image of her, circulated via the internet is actually a blend of a Patti Smith photo with Mrs. Kahlo’s visage added in place. However, the defiant tone of the photo speaks to Frida’s enduring legacy. 

  • Details

    Materials Acrylic & Aerosol on Wood

    Dimensions 24"x30"

  • About the Artist
    Theo Copeland, aka rap artist brokeMC, currently resides in Greenpoint, NY. He aims to maintain an honesty in his artwork, which is evident in his authentic style. Through his use of Slanguage, he explores the meaning cultural icons have in the present day. Theo lifts up our “unsung heroes” and does justice to their legacy through his work.