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Frida Kahlo at Home - A Book Review

Frida Kahlo is one of the most iconic figures from Mexico, her face covering everything from bags, to t-shirts. She led a fascinating life and has seemed to become more and more famous after death, her lifestyle and rebellion still hugely relevant to women today. 360 more words

Mexican Life

Dia de Muertos in Mexico City

Well, I guess I couldn’t come to Mexico for Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) and not write about it. So, I am taking a break from my habitual laziness and getting down to some blogging. 727 more words


Coyoacán: getting to know Frida and other strangers

I live on the edge of Coyoacán, the bohemian home of Frida Kahlo in the south of the City. Last Wednesday Laura and I visited… 450 more words


Leon Trotsky Museum in Mexico City

Leon Trotsky’s biography is public knowledge and I am not going to recite all the known facts and dates, but rather will mention a few interesting details that came to my attention while visiting the museum, especially those regarding his path crossing with those of… 653 more words


25 Septiembre 2016

Coyoacan street detail, a different shade of blue from Frida’s house.

Hannah Cauhepe