Today is your last chance to visit the San Francisco International Art Exposition at Fort Mason. Kenneth Baker summed up a few good reasons to make the trip in his San Francisco Chronicle report, but he missed one of the odder offerings: Addison Associates’ display of two related suites of drawings by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, visualizing emotions in best abstract, Theosophy-inspired, quasi-Kandinsky style. No, they’re not fantastic drawings, but they open a revealing window into the Kahlo/Rivera relationship, which one would have thought had been scrutinized until there was nothing new under the sheets.

- Meredith Tromble [Monday, January 19th, 2004]


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