Kahlo, Klimt and the Commodification of Art No One Owns

You Can’t Buy Taste But Now You Can Cook with It?

How did an eccentric former model and the central bank of Mexico come to mismanage as much of Frida Kahlo’s estate as Kahlo’s own niece?¹ How is it that a former muse of Diego Rivera withheld some of Kahlo’s most famous paintings while the Mexican government failed to enforce the…

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