Frida Kahlo is a well-known Mexican painter. Her work is often autobiographical and tells stories of what she was going through during the time of creation. Known for her iconic unibrow, Kahlo’s story is deeply intertwined with Mexican culture and history. Take in Mexico from a unique, artistic perspective by traveling through Frida Kahlo’s Eyes.
La Casa Azul, Museo de Frida Kahlo
La Casa Azul (the Blue House) is the former residence of Frida Kahlo and her family. The Museum, which opened in 1958, exhibits personal objects and artworks by Kahlo and her husband Diego Rivera. Walk through the artist’s beautiful and vibrant home and explore the gardens in the courtyard to get an intimate look into the world of the tragic artist.
In each room of the home, there are objects specific to Kahlo and Rivera’s life together. Visit the artist’s bedroom where she created many early works, as well as the studio and the easel that was given …