CASA AZUL FRIDA KAHLO MUSEUM- MEXICO CITY
THE BLUE HOUSE: THE INNER WORLD OF Frida Kahlo
By Hilda Trujillo Soto
“Feet do I want if I have wings to fly”
When you dig deeper into the knowledge of the work of Frida Kahlo and has the privilege of knowing your home, the intense relationship between discovered Frida, his work and his home. His creative universe is in the Blue House, site who she was born and died. Although marrying Diego Rivera lived in different places in the City of Mexico and abroad, Frida always returned to his mansion in Coyoacan.
Located at 247 London Street, one of the oldest and most beautiful neighborhoods Mexico City, the Blue House was converted into a museum in 1958, four years after the death of the painter.
Called Casa Azul Frida Kahlo Museum is the place where personal items reveal the most intimate level recognized universe of Latin American artist world. In this house there are some important works of the artist: Viva la Vida (1954), Frida and cesarean section (1931), Portrait of my father Wilhelm Kahlo
(1952), among others.