Photographer Nickolas Muray came to America in 1913 from Hungary. During his forty-five year career as a New York photographer, he had photographed some of the most notable celebrities, Presidents and icons of the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s. During the height of a ten-year love affair with Frida Kahlo, he began photographing her using the Carbro technique. This exhibition tells the story of Kahlo’s life, lovers and friendship with Muray through the lens of his camera. The Gulf Coast Museum of Art is the premiere venue for this unique exhibition.
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