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What is behind the explosion of art commodities?  HUGE CONTEMPORARY PAINTING


Who is the real winner?


Caro was born in Mexico City on July 6,Large Abstract Canvas Art 1907. His father was a famous German photographer in Mexico, and his mother was a Mexican of indigenous descent.
When carol was six, polio crippled her right leg.
When she was 18, a traffic accident nearly killed her and left her with a lifetime of injuries: a broken spine, clavicle and several ribs, a shattered pelvis and a crushed foot.
The traffic accident should also be the cause of her infertility.
In the long recovery period, carlo, who had always wanted to be a doctor, Big Abstract Canvas Art picked up the brush and began to paint himself in the mirror.
In her lifetime, she underwent more than 30 operations, large and small.
In the physical, emotional and psychological pain, helplessness and torture, she did not compromise, but put all the experience into the creative inspiration.
From 1926, when she created her first self-portrait, to 1954, when she died at the age of 47, she created 55 self-portraits.
The intense emotion and disturbing images she injects into her self-portraits and other works have a strong visual impact.
In particular, many of her self-portraits reveal her true feelings of struggling with illness to the world through blood and cold, boldly challenging traditional art and being extremely avant-garde.
Cultural icon
Though bedridden and painted in a mirror, caro, who is disabled, always dresses up in elaborate, showy photographs that highlight the charms of traditional Mexican dress.
In fact, the ethnic dress of the Tehuana region of southern Mexico nicely camouflages her crippled legs;
The loose shirt covered an orthopedic bra that supported her damaged spine.
As a young woman, she had already established the traditional Mexican image of a woman with her hair parted in the middle, her plaits coiled up and her shoulders wrapped in a large shawl.
In 1946, in her self-portrait, she combined two bushy eyebrows into one, which made her unique and iconic image.
In addition, she also highlighted the hair on her upper lip in her self-portrait, and was regarded by feminists as an icon and pioneer who challenged tradition.
Her husband, Diego Rivera, recalled their first meeting as saying, "the thick black eyebrows met above her nose like the wings of a black bird."