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It's pure coincidence that two major shows on two top 20th century artists are running concurrently in Minneapolis, but art lovers of all stripes will find it a happy accident.
By Judy Arginteanu
December 3, 2007

"Me and My Parrots," 1941, by Frida Kahlo. (Private collection; photo by Vando L. Rogers Jr.) Right: "Green, Yellow and Orange," 1960, by Georgia O'Keeffe (Brooklyn Museum).

Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe: a tale of two icons, two exhibitions and one city
By Judy Arginteanu | Originally published in MinnPost.com Monday, Nov. 19, 2007

Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe created almost stubbornly personal work in the 20th century, yet their art still speaks to a huge audience, perhaps because it can be read on so many different levels. That two exhibitions on the women are running concurrently in Minneapolis is pure coincidence, but art lovers of all stripes will find it a happy accident.

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