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How the Albright-Knox got its Frida Kahlo


Albright-Knox Art Gallery curator Holly E. Hughes tells the curious tale of how "Self Portrait with Monkey," a 1938 painting by Frida Kahlo, came into the gallery's collection. The portrait, which was recently put on view after an extended absence, is part of the exhibition "Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray," on view (at least when the gallery reopens next Wednesday) through July 5. Read all about it tomorrow's edition of Gusto.

--Colin Dabkowski


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