The exhibition is an emotional journey into the life of the world icon Frida Kahlo: a journey to get to know the woman, her live and understand her essence, made up of strength, courage, talent and immense love.
Next Exhibition and ONO contemporary art offer, from 1 February to 3 May 2020, "FRIDA KAHLO through the lens of Nickolas Muray", the exhibition event that offers an intimate and private look at the most prolific, well-known and loved artist of Mexico through the shots of Nickolas Muray, his longtime friend and lover.
For the first time in Europe, the public will be able to admire the complete collection of Nickolas Muray's photos of Frida, including the iconic "Frida Kahlo on White Bench".
Visitors will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the feelings and emotions that have characterized the artist, starting from the suggestive and touching multimedia introduction area that simulates the noises and colors of the accident that marked the artist's life. The reproductions of the environments so dear to Frida, such as the famous bed of art and suffering, Mexican clothes, jewelry, will touch the spirit of an exceptional woman.
Sixty photos, taken by Nickolas Muray in the most secret moments of Kahlo's life, will be displayed, which will fill the eyes of the public with Frida's colors, expressions, eyes and smile. A real look at the most secret Frida, a journey organized by the Nickolas Muray archive through Guest Curator Traveling Exhibition, LCC.
The love letters between Frida and Nickolas are also on display. Immediately after their first meeting, Kahlo sent Muray a note that read: Nick, I love you like I would love an angel. You are a Lillie of the valley my love. I will never forget you, never, never. You are my whole live I hope you will never forget this. Frida. Underneath, following the message, the mold of a kiss, with a bright red lipstick, which has remained intact over time.
Opening hours and days:
from Tuesday to Friday from 10.00 am to 5.30 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 am to 6.30 pm
Last admission allowed one hour before closing time.
8 March from 10.00 am to 10.00 pm
13 April (Easter Monday) from 10.00 am to 6.30 pm
Tickets and reductions:
Full: 14 €
Generic reduced (valid for over 65, under 12 , agreed partners, university students): 12 €
Reduced groups ( for a minimum of 20 people): 10 €
Reduced Museum Card holders: 10 €
Reduced schools (for a minimum of 15 pupils): 8 €
Children under the age of 6 enter for free.
Open (to visit the exhibition on an opening day, without deciding on the exact date at the time of purchase; ideal if you give the exhibition ticket as gift): € 16
Exhibition audio guide supplement (optional): 2 €
Stupinigi Hunting Palace
Piazza Principe Amedeo 7 - Stupinigi