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Habitación Frida Khalo

Frida Khalo

FRIDA KAHLO (1907 — 1954, Coyoacán, CDMX).

Mexican painter, whose life was marked by the misfortune of an accident and obsessive as the images she painted. She exhibited in France, invited by André Breton, who tried to convince her that her work was "surreal", but she differed, saying that she did not paint dreams but her own life.

Habitación Reina Roja

Reina Roja

(Palenque, Chiapas s. XVI)

The red queen, an icon of power and death among the Mayans, was found in Temple XIII of the ruins of Palenque. Tz´akbu Ajaw, known as Ahpo-Hel, who was the wife of the ahua Pakal, "the great". His remains were stained with the color of cinnabar carmine (a mineral based on mercury and sulfur).

Habitación Malitzin


MALITZIN, doña Marina (c. 1500 — c. 1527 o 1551, Painala, hoy Veracruz).

First Mesoamerican woman who conducted herself in two languages ​​of alien linguistic trunks, interpreter, administrator, adviser and intermediary of Hernán Cortés, during the Conquest. "Mother of Mexico" for the bond it created between Spaniards and indigenous people.

Habitación Aurora Reyes

Aurora Reyes

AURORA REYES FLORES (1908 — 1985, Hidalgo del Parral. Chih.)

Mexican plastic artist, the first Mexican muralist, book illustrator, writer, political activist, teacher. In his work he reflected the situation of the unprotected; the history of Mexico and education. As "Magnolia Iracunda" she fought for the rights of teacher workers and women.

Habitación Maria Izquierdo

María Izquierdo


MARÍA IZQUIERDO (1902 — 1955, San Juan de los Lagos, Jal.)


Mexican painter of the Surrealist current. His work reflects nationalism, loneliness, fantasy, the circus, women, as well as a colorful Mexico, with bright and strong tones, with gloomy atmospheres in ocher and earthy tones. Take back customs and traditions. Pioneer in exhibiting abroad.

Habitación Sor Juana Inés de La Cruz

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz - Juana Inés de Asbaje Ramírez de Santillana.(1648 - 1695, San Miguel Nepantla, Tepetlixpa - CDMX

Hieronymite religious, New Spanish writer and great exponent of the Golden Age of literature in Spanish. In his literary work we can find theater, poetry, where love disappointment is a constant: lobby poems and occasional compositions in honor of characters of the time.

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