Frida Kahlo Permanent Room

Frida Kahlo’s Works owned by the Tlaxcala Art Museum, which are permanently exhibited, belong to the formation cycle of the painter, and it is precisely in these primal contents where the importance lies, because in them the artist breaks with the homely ideology and starts to build an artistic personality that is not linked to the 19th century aesthetic.

The watercolors in the collection reveal the confinement of Kahlo in the years after his surgery, in the streets near the family’s home in Coyoacán. Almost all of Frida’s works in this decade, 1920s, and her oil paintings in particular, are portraits or sketches of figures. In style, they tend to be very conservative: the earliest take on a late symbolism, while the slightly larger images from the late 1920s were clearly influenced by artists such as Rodríguez Lozano and Julio Castellanos.


May 17 2019 to December 31 2020
From Tuesday to Sunday , 10:00 - 18:00 hrs.
$20.00MX, $10.00MX, Free admission, Free admission

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