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Anahuacalli Museum’s archive treasures a wealth of documents and photographs that allow us to understand Diego Rivera’s work and figure, as well as the gestation of this space.


Diego Rivera wanted the Anahuacalli to be part of a City of Arts where dance, music and theater became integrated into the work of artists and craftsmen around a large esplanade in which popular art was celebrated, beyond time and history.


Anahuacalli, house on land between two seas, studio, museum and temple for art that Diego Rivera conceived as an architectural piece that unites past, present and future to the natural environment.
A museum of Mexican art in constant evolution