This exclusive exhibition tote bag depicts Frida Kahlo’s Self Portrait Dedicated to Dr.Leo Eloesser. Painted in 1940, the year in which she and Diego Rivera were separated, this painting includes an inscription to Dr. Leo Eloesser—a Stanford surgeon, longtime doctor and confidant of Kahlo. 100% cotton. Measures 16 x 14.5 in with a 4 in. bottom gussett and 22 in. long handles.
Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving examines how politics, gender, trauma, and national identity influenced Kahlo's diverse modes of creativity. The exhibition at the de Young features highly personal items from her lifelong home, La Casa Azul in Mexico City—including photographs, costumes from her wardrobe, and personalize braces and prosthetics—alongside paintings and drawings by the iconic artist and photographs reflecting her unique self-fashioning.