Roots (The Pedregal, 1943) While not in the exhibition, this small work on tin (privately owned) is a strong example of how Frida saw herself as part of the interconnectedness of life. Here her body opens into roots and the plants spread into the desert-like barancas terrain. (© 2015 Banco de México. Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust/Artist Rights Society/NYC. All rights reserved.)

Roots (The Pedregal, 1943) While not in the exhibition, this small work on tin (privately owned) is a strong example of how Frida saw herself as part of the interconnectedness of life. Here her body opens into roots and the plants spread into the desert-like barancas terrain. (© 2015 Banco de México. Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust/Artist Rights Society/NYC. All rights reserved.)

Roots (The Pedregal, 1943) While not in the exhibition, this small work on tin (privately owned) is a strong example of how Frida saw herself as part of the interconnectedness of life. Here her body opens into roots and the plants spread into the desert-like barancas terrain. (© 2015 Banco de México. Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust/Artist Rights Society/NYC. All rights reserved.)

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