Museo Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo, Mexico City

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  • The building is known as the twin houses, where Diego Rivera and Frida Kalho culminated a myriad of works, it is designed by John O'Gorman and at the architectural level should be one of the first functionalist structures in Latin America - reason when the visit justifies the presence of a group of students of the subject. Diego Rivera, lived in this House from 1934 until November 24, 1957, date of his death. Also you can admire its collection of Judas and skulls in his Studio (must not forget the diffusion that always made to translate the "Catrina"), photographs and part of his collection of pre-Hispanic art and Mexican handicrafts. It is a site that gives you that feeling of that time stops: there are jars with powders and pigments of the artist, as well as the scale used, its Bureau with the keys used, her toilet with a bust of Mao (which reiterates its ideology to the partner list), or that unfinished painting of her granddaughter placed opposite his bed, must have been her last work which saw before leaving this plane... In the Blue House of modest size is where was the study of Frida, several photographs were exhibited. Entry $30 Mexican pesos (approximately USD 1.50) and picture-taking identical fee is paid. Enjoy this artistic and cultural space located in the city of Mexico. LIFE... is a trip!
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  • The casa estudio Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo is a space that has few opportunity to meet due to their isolation within the beautiful San Angel district South of the city of Mexico. This project of early 30s is the work of the painter and architect Juan O´Gorman, who built this magnificent space for the study of Diego Rivera. The study is still almost intact, and is full of items that belonged to Diego, as well as your office and your room. The flawless design of O´Gorman been respected. The beauty of the space itself is worthy of enjoying. It is possible to appreciate some works and sketches of Diego, but in reality, the attraction is the historical site. Together with the study is that House of Frida (cobalt blue) is a space smaller and with clear housing purposes. These spaces are now used (as well as the first plant of the study of Diego) to organize temporary exhibitions. Beyond the perimeter of the property of Diego, is the Studio of O´Gorman. The Museology of three spaces is very respectful of original ideas, for what it's worth much worth watch it. It is located in the Altavista Street in San Angel.
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  • These were the original studios of Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Juan O'Gorman (who actually designed them). The interiors are small and it seems somewhat surreal that so many masterpieces were create...  more »
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  • An adorable place for the lovers of Frida and Diego's story. That is the exact place where they filmed the movie. The hole building it's totally functional. You can see that in every detail. It's curious to see how big Diego's house is, because of his size and how tiny Frida's is due her stature.
  • The house has a very strong vibe. Inhabiting this place kind of takes u back to the time the artists lived there. You will be able to see some of their belongings which I think is cool. Some paintings are just copies..still worth it to walk around. The house design is pretty ubique considering the time it was built, however it has been in remodel for a long time now..
  • It is an inspiring atmosphere you take a walk through there lifes awesome views worth it watch the movie
  • Very nice place. Check in Google,when the place is not crowded...
  • Amazing studio buildings, but for some reason the ribbon windows - the main feature of this style of building - are covered up by curtains.

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