Under The Sun Of Satan (Frida Kahlo)
“Reinvestigating Frida Kahlo’s famous photograph by Nickolas Murray (1937) which graced the cover of Vogue. Kay’s distortion seeks to challenge her reality: one may see her as a saint, someone else would say she was a sinner. Frida is juxtaposed against a page from The Holy Bible and overlaid with primal writings and covered in encaustic wax; metaphors for Absolute Truth. The frame creates a dark and morbid feeling.” (Erika Hirugami, 2015)
Edition of 3.