Traveling a museum, we are not only viewing the works, but also observe the design of the museum. In the Melvin and Lorna Rubin Gallery, we can see a long blue photograph wall. It is easy to catch people's eye. At this exhibition, I see both ancient and modern Mexican pottery and sculpture collected by Frida Kahlo. On this wall, all the photographs are ordered by system arrangement. Therefore, when I look at those works, it is easy to find the relationship between them.
- Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) was among the most photographed women of her generation. As one admirer noted, "Frida regularly invented and recreated herself with intelligence and verve."