'Frida’s Parlour’

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'Frida’s Parlour’

Time Out says

Step into ‘Frida’s Parlour’, an interactive installation in anticipation of the V&A's exhibition 'Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up'. During the day you can explore rooms splashed in cobalt blue in homage to 'La Casa Azul', Frida’s famous home in Mexico City, and take selfies in the 'Wallpaper Room' plastered in flowery green wallpaper inspired by the backdrop in Nickolas Muray’s iconic photograph ‘Frida Kahlo on The Bench’

Visit in the evening to take part in a slew of workshops inspired by Frida's famous style, including flower arranging, headdress making, floral embroidery and self-portraiture classes all led by leading London designers and makers.

Entry to 'The Wallpaper Room' is free, workshops cost between £20-£25 and must be booked in advance, find out more here



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This pop up exhibition is the perfect warm up to the V&As coming exhibition on Frida Kahlo. Upon entering you come into a small room covered in green flowery wall paper.- this makes the perfect selfie sight and is a gorgeous representation of what Khalo's living room may have looked like. You then enter a room that is sort of like a dining room. It's covered in striking yellow and fantastic blue with cacti, origami and ceramic pots, setting the scene for Kahlo's parlor. This exhibition is clearly very well thought out and offers a really nice insight into Kahlo's home life.