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US visa granted to Diego Rivera for his trip to San Francisco for the inauguration of the Golden Gate International Exposition

Hermanos Mayo29 de mayo de 1940

Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo

Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo
Álvaro Obregón, Mexico

Diego and Frida divorced at the end of 1939. Diego was asked by the architect Timothy Pflueger to create the "Pan-American Unity" mural, composed of 5 panels. It was exhibited at the Golden Gate International Exposition and is currently on display in the auditorium at City College in San Francisco.

Details

  • Title: US visa granted to Diego Rivera for his trip to San Francisco for the inauguration of the Golden Gate International Exposition
  • Creator: Hermanos Mayo
  • Date Created: 29 de mayo de 1940
  • Location Created: Ciudad de México
  • Type: Reproducción fotográfica B/N
  • Medium: plata sobre gelatina
  • Art Form: fotografía

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