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Rivera painted murals among others in Mexico City, Chapingo, Cuernavaca, San Francisco, Detroit, and New York City.[1] In 1931, a retrospective exhibition of his works was held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City Depicts Zapotec and Mixtec culture in Oaxaca in pre-hispanic times.

Frida in front of an unfinished 'Workers of the World Unite' panel by Diego in 1933.

Frida Kahlo painting "Self-Portrait on the Borderline Between Mexico and the United States in the Detroit Institute of Arts mural project studio, 1932.

Frida with a Diego Rivera mural on her background, and Marx, Engels, Lenin, Rosa Luxembourg...

Creation Detail by Diego Rivera (Dec 8, 1886 – Nov 24, 1957) Prominent Mexican Muralist/ Painter & husband of Frida Kahlo. His large wall works in fresco helped establish Mexican Mural Movement in Mexican art. Wikipedia www.diegorivera.o...

I am not sure if this can be called Street Art, but it is out in the streets though...artist- Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City Diego Rivera mural in the Palacio Nacional in the main square of Mexico City. This mural depicts a kind of marxist utopia in the early 20th century and here includes Riveras wife Frida Kahlo.

MOMA - Diego Rivera. Murals for The Museum of Modern Art. In December 1931, The Museum of Modern Art mounted a major exhibition of work by the Mexican artist Diego Rivera. It was only the second retrospective at the Museum, and it was wildly popular, breaking attendance records in its five-week run.