Florida's first solo exhibition showcasing the extraordinary career and life of the acclaimed 20th century artist, Frida Kahlo, will be hosted at The Dalí Museum in downtown St. Pete. The exhibit will feature a collection of more than 60 Kahlo pieces including 15 paintings, seven drawings and numerous personal photographs from the celebrated female artist and influential icon. The exhibition will extend outdoors where a special collection of flowers and plants representative of those in Kahlo's own garden at Casa Azul, her home in Mexico, will grace the grounds of the Museum's Avant-Garden. The Dalí will host a series of programs that engage visitors in journaling, Mexican cooking, and gardening – some of Kahlo's favorite pastimes. And the Museum's annual student exhibit will carry a corresponding theme of 'Surreal Identity,' based on the symbolic and autobiographical approach utilized by Kahlo and Dalí.