Find out the private life of the famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo in a great exhibition!
Experience the magic of memory in honor of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo taking part in the great exhibition dedicated to her at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. A unique opportunity to find out the private life of one of the most controversial and appreciated women and artists in the history of contemporary art. Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Upwill be the first exhibition outside Mexico that will show to the public clothes and intimate objects of the painter, bringing them together with key portraits and photographs to offer a new perspective on her compelling life story. Dresses, corsets, jewels, cosmetics and even orthopedic prostheses will be exhibited together with her most famous paintings: on display more than 200 objects, all found in 2004 in the Blue House, home to Coyoacán, on the outskirts of Città del Mexico, which Frida Kahlo shared with her husband Diego Rivera, Mexican muralist, and which had been sealed to death in 1954. For you two tickets to visit the exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and an exclusive Aperitivo Italiano with Cantine Ferrari, offered at the Brunello Bar and Restaurant of the Baglioni Hotel London.