The installation runs through November 1st

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This summer, the New York Botanical Garden has transformed its Enid A. Haupt conservatory into Casa Azul, complete with blue walls, succulents, organ pipe cacti, and all manner of flora. This little slice of Coyoacána in the Bronx is just one part of a seven-pronged exhibit Frida: Art. Garden. Life, up until November 1, that includes works on paper, paintings, rare photos, and programming that includes musical performances, Mexican-themed food pop-ups, and a poetry walk inspired by novelist and poet Octavio Paz (1914-1998), the Nobel laureate of Mexico.

Source: Frida Kahlo’s Garden Takes Root in the Bronx | VICE | United States