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Frida Kahlo by Brazilian street artist and muralist Eduardo Kobra

20 October 2019

The exhibition - open to the public until Oct 23rd at the GGA Gallery, Wynwood Walls, Miami - is titled “Larger Than Life Part II” and includes paintings featuring Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, among other notable figures such as Nelson Mandela and Princess Diana. The 27-piece show includes new paintings of the artist’s past murals, serving as tributes to his large-scale works.

Kobra’s show follows the artist’s first-ever solo exhibition, “Kobra: Larger Than Life” which took place at GGA Gallery earlier this year. Click the link below to see the gallery of his paintings in the GGA website, where Frida is represented in "Amalgamated", the fusion portait of Frida and Diego, and "Mount Rushmore", where the US Presidents are substituted by four contemporary art legends: Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

"Over the past 30 years, Kobra has mastered his craft, worked tirelessly, and created over 500 monumental murals around the globe. These murals can be readily seen in over 40 countries, on 5 continents and in countless cities including Spain, Italy, Norway, England, Malawi, India, Japan, United Arab Emirates, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Miami.

"Kobra: Larger Than Life" is an exhibition of 31 original paintings, many of which are recreations and tributes to his monumental murals. Each piece is a one of a kind original work and most of the paintings have never been seen before." (taken from GGA website)