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The Diego Rivera Studio Museum should be known to many because of the Selma Hayek movie "Frida". It is the two houses occupied by Diego and Frida connected by a bridge. The museum contains artifacts and artwork of the former owners, particularly on Diego's Rivera's side. Frida's side is mostly exploratory and interpretive material with little evidence of its domestic past.
The house is the work of architect and painter Juan O'Gorman. It may be difficult for many visitors to believe that this very contemporary residence is seventy five years old, having been completed in 1932. It is a fine example of modern Mexican architecture in the International style.
Open Tue-Sun 1000-1800. Location: Diego Rivera 2 esq. Altavista, Col. San Ángel Inn. More details (in Spanish) here.