About the Museum
When one deepens in the knowledge of the work of Frida Kahlo and has the privilege of knowing her home, one discovers the intense relationship that exists between Frida, her work and her house. Although she lived in different places in Mexico City and abroad when she married Diego Rivera, Frida always returned to her house in Coyoacán. Located in one of the most beautiful and oldest neighborhoods of Mexico City, the Blue House was converted into a museum in 1958, four years after the death of the painter. Today it is one of the busiest museums in the Mexican capital. The so-called Blue House Frida Kahlo Museum is the place where personal objects reveal the intimate universe of the most recognized Latin American artist worldwide. In this house there are some of the important works of the artist: Viva la Vida (1954), Frida and cesarean (1931), Portrait of my father Wilhelm Kahlo (1952), among others.