George Segal - Bus Riders, 1962. Hirschorn Museum. The figures he made were put into environments. Segal's works portray life's banal activities, intimate activities, and political subjects. All of these situations highlight the routine that everyone follows . Segal's figures appear to be frozen in time.
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Frida Kahlo / depiction of her after the bus accident where a pole went thru her vagina and exited thru her upper torso (she was put in a brace, stapled back together, & hospitalized for a lengthy period shown here) thereby creating her inability to have children with husband/muralist Diego Rivera. Frida blamed herself, started collecting animals/pets to fill the void. Even though Diego was routinely promiscuous, Frida was most hurt/scarred by Diego's affair with her sister.