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Fearless Frida Exhibition Opens Feb 18 at Art VallARTa

February 16, 2017

One of more than 40 original artworks, this by Tony Collantez, on display during Art VallARTa's exhibition "Frida and All Fearless (Persistent) Women - and the Men Who Champion Them" through March 11, 2017.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - In 2016, record crowds at Art VallARTa's "Fearless Frida" art exhibition inspired an even bigger revival of the theme for this year's redux: "Frida and All Fearless (Persistent) Women - and the Men Who Champion Them."

Featured are more than 40 original works of local and international artists on display at the Art VallARTa gallery on Calle Pilitas 213, Zona Romantica, Puerto Vallarta, through March 11th from 10 am to 4 pm daily, except Sundays when closed.

"We're celebrating the roles that fearless women have played in art and politics, both historically and today, in tearing down walls holding back social progress," says Nathalie Herling, ART VallARTa's founder and director.

"With the world's political uncertainty growing every day, women must assert themselves as strong, caring individuals as well as bonds of community. The art on display in this exhibit will reflect that."

The opening celebration with complementary beverages and a Fearless Women fashion show on the gallery's catwalk will be held Saturday, February 18th from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.

Female guests are encouraged to dress up as their favorite Fearless Woman, whether Frida Kahlo or Julia Conesa, Angela Davis, Maria Felix, Dolores Huerta, Georgia O'Keefe, Sophie Scholl or any of hundreds of others through the ages and around the world.

Men are also encouraged to dress up as historical figures who have supported fearless women over time.

For more information, visit artvallarta.com, or call (322) 222-6473, extension 104.