Geneva Saar Ágústsson: Labeled Autistic
"Image of the artist's autistic seven-year-old daughter Geneva as an adult Madonna, with a beautiful floral arrangement for the body, and a zipper across the mouth, symbolizing the silence of autism. Three small oranges hang above her head. Surrounding Geneva are images of trees, lakes, and mountains separated by white-washed pieces of wood."
“Moonlight is sculpture; sunlight is painting.” ― Nathaniel Hawthorne
Works of Frida Kahlo
Song – La Llorona
“It was the thirst of many years restrained in our body. Chained words which we could not say except on the lips of dreams. Everything was surrounded by the green miracle of the landscape of your body. Upon your form, the lashes of the flowers responded to my touch, the murmur of streams. There was all manner of fruits in the juice of your lips, the blood of the pomegranate, the horizon of the mammee and the purified pineapple. I pressed you against my breast and the prodigy of your form penetrated all my blood through the tips of my fingers.”
– Excerpt from letter to Diego by Frida Kahlo