The exhibition shows the famous works created by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, and tells the story of a married couple who became the most famous in the art of the twentieth century.
This is a unique retrospective of two artists - more than 90 works of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: paintings, drawings, lithographs, made up a unique exhibition.
Most of the exhibits are works from the collectionDolores Olmedo Museum (Mexico City), as well as paintings and drawings from private collections in Europe and Latin America, works from the collection of Diego Rivera's grandson, Juan Coronel Rivera, and the Arvil Gallery (Mexico, USA). Numerous photographs and documentaries about the life and work of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, as well as previously unpublished documents from the Russian state archives complete the exhibition. Visitors can get acquainted with the unique correspondence of Frida and Diego from the collection of Anne-Marie Springer, a collector of love letters from Switzerland.