In Mexico City there is a building with sky-blue walls. It is a museum now, but it was once the home of Mexico’s greatest painter: Frida Kahlo. It is an extraordinary house, one which seems to lead you through its rooms and amongst its objects as if it were a living creature. It will tell you about Frida, about the troubled life of this artist full of passions, who said of herself: ’I was born with a revolution. The day was scorching. It has inflamed me for the rest of my life. As a child, I crackled. As an adult, I was a flame’.
The Author Chiara Lossani lives near Milan, in Trezzano sul Naviglio, where, besides organising cultural events in her city, she also works as a librarian.
The Illustrator Michelangelo Rossato was born near Venice in 1991. After high school he attended courses at the School of Illustration Ars in Fabula in the University of Macerata, where he graduated in 2014. Currently he is working as an illustrator and teaches both children ad adults.