London: Frida Kahlo Remember the news story of Mexican artist and style icon Frida Kahlo’s personal belongings being uncovered in 2004 after being locked in a bathroom for 50 years, following her death in 1954? It’s bizarre but true — that’s exactly what her artist husband, Diego Rivera, did. To get in on the compellingly odd action, visit Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up at the Victoria & Albert Museum and see the bathroom booty for yourself. The exhibition includes clothing, old cosmetics and even the artist’s prosthetic legs. V&A Museum, London, June 16-November 4 Travel halfway across the world and you can see the work of one of SA’s favourite sons in all his glory. This, the first French retrospective of David Goldblatt’s photographic works, will feature everything from his first photos, taken in the Cape Town docks, to the entire On the Mines series and work from his more recent Intersections collection. Centre Pompidou, Paris, February 21-May 7 For a glimpse into the master’s e...

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