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by Neil Bartlett Translator,Sophie Faucher

Author: Neil Bartlett Translator,Sophie Faucher
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Oberon Books (September 1, 2003)
Pages: 49 pages
Category: Other
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The woman is Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. The life is one of struggle – with love, with the body, with her country, and most of all, with her art. La Casa Azul is a collaboration between Quebeçois playwright Sophie Faucher, who also played Frida Kahlo in this production, and internationally acclaimed director Robert Lepage. Poetry & Drama Plays. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

La Casa Azul is a collaboration between Quebeçois playwright Sophie Faucher, who also played Frida Kahlo in this production, and internationally acclaimed director Robert . La Casa Azul - Sophie Faucher.

La Casa Azul is a collaboration between Quebeçois playwright Sophie Faucher, who also played Frida Kahlo in this production, and internationally acclaimed director Robert Lepage. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Oberon BooksReleased: Oct 16, 2002ISBN: 9781849439596Format: book. carousel previous carousel next. Published October 16th 2002 by Oberon Books. The life is one of struggle - with love, with the body, with her country, and most of all, with her art. Get A Copy.

Translated by Neil Bartlett. Additional Information. PaperBack (16 Oct 2002).

Sophie Faucher, Neil Bartlett. I took my tears and turned them into paintings'. In the electric calm of a blue-painted room, a dying woman reassembles the images of an extraordinary life. The woman is Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. La Casa Azul is a collaboration between Quebecois playwright Sophie Faucher, who also played Frida Kahlo in this production, and internationally acclaimed director Robert Lepage.

Neil Bartlett, Sophie Faucher. La Casa Azul: Inspired by the writings of Frida Kahlo - eBook. Neil Bartlett, Sophie Faucher.

Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is renowned for her symbolic subject matter, colorful canvases, and extensive . Inspired by whatever passes through head without any other consideration, her paintings are deeply personal.

Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is renowned for her symbolic subject matter, colorful canvases, and extensive series of self-portraits. When viewed through a contextual lens, however, the meanings behind her poignant paintings begin to materialize

In the electric calm of a blue-painted room, a dying woman reassembles the images of an extraordinary life. The woman is Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. The life is one of struggle—with love, with the body, with her country, and most of all, with her art.