In one room, a larger-than-life image of a young pigtailed Frida Kahlo gazes impassively, her earrings dangling to the floor, and her forehead bumping against the ceiling. In another, Kahlo’s eyes and famed thick eyebrows cover nearly an entire wall.

Attendees of the interactive exhibit Frida Kahlo: Life of an Icon will certainly leave feeling they had plenty of face time with the famed artist. Kahlo, of course, is known in part for her self-portraits, but Icon is aimed at presenting her life story, not life’s work.

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