Experience the intensity, colour and icons of Mexican culture with the Viva Mexico exhibition at Lladró Sydney.
There’s nothing quite like the flair and energy of Mexico, from their iconic cacti to their stunning celebrations of life and death and of course the renowned artist and feminist, Frida Kahlo.
For the first time in Australia, the world-famous icon Frida Kahlo will be exhibited in a piece dedicated to her legacy and life, along with some of the quintessential Lladró pieces that embody the spirit of Mexico. We invite you to transport yourself to a slice of Mexico right here in Sydney. See and experience some of our newest pieces for yourself in a free exhibit with guided tours from the 5th of May until the 18th of May.
Lladró is a luxury porcelain maker founded by brothers Juan, Jose and Vicente Lladró in 1953. The brothers first created homeware items such as vases and jugs, but became globally famous in the mid-1950s for figurines and sculptures. The brand's unique glazes and a proprietary single firing process created an appearance and style unique to Lladró that became collectable. Lladró pieces exude a quiet grandeur showcased by the finest details and finishing that all porcelain artists aspire to achieve. Now, collectors covet both Lladró's traditional pieces and contemporary styles, as the brand's popularity continues to expand their footprint globally.
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This is a ticketed event so we can practice social distancing and also limit the amount of people at the exhibition at one time.