Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera's grand vision for Mexico City's Anahuacalli complex realised after nearly eight decades

Thirteen new structures now flank the main museum building of the complex, which houses Rivera's collection of pre-Hispanic art

Mexican Modernist collection of patrons once painted by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera go on view in Florida

The show includes works by Kahlo, Rivera and others from the collection of the late philanthropists Jacques and Natasha Gelman

Diego Rivera’s kaleidoscopic Pan American Unity mural takes up residence at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

The monumental work, on loan from a local college and always meant to be mobile, was painstakingly transported across town

San Francisco Art Institute chair steps down in wake of controversy over proposed Diego Rivera mural sale

Pam Rorke Levy, who has led the school’s board since 2018, will be replaced by photographer and alum Lonnie Graham

The fate of the San Francisco Art Institute’s historic Diego Rivera mural hangs in limbo

The proposed sale of the work has raised outcry from artists and city leaders, who have taken action to protect it

Beyond the wall: a golden period of exchange between Mexican and US artists is revisited in new show

Whitney Museum exhibition will explore the enduring influence of artists such as David Alfaro Siqueiros on US counterparts including Jackson Pollock and Philip Guston

Have Brooklyn and Boston bagged Frida Kahlo blockbusters?

Shows at the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston explore the Mexican artist’s love of fashion and “arte popular”

Lost Frida Kahlo painting and Diego Rivera mural at centre of new show looking at couple’s Russian links

As the exhibition opens in Moscow, curators hope a photograph of the missing work might jog the memory of any witnesses

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Rivera’s MoMA murals revisited

After 80 years, works by the Mexican artist known for his volatile relationship with Frida Kahlo are again on view

What's on in New York: Degas, Dow and Diego

Also on show are pastel landscapes at Artemis and high-tech furniture at Barry Friedman

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Restored revolutionary Bolivian murals by Miguel Alandia Pantoja remain homeless

As chief restorer of Andorra and consultant to Unesco, Guillamet was invited to save these murals. Months later, as revolution brewed, the paintings were abandoned. Seventeen years later, and this remains the case

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: The frog and the swallow reunited

First ever show bringing together Mexico’s twin stars at the Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Switzerland

Six-figure sum for Frida Kahlo’s journal

Abrams’s winning bid for 170-page illustrated diary

Major Latin American art exhibition arrives in New York this month

This will be the largest show of modern Latin American art to be presented in the United States