Miró-Picasso. Shared Paths

Tour of the Miró-Picasso exhibition with tactile and audio resources that will enable participants to learn about the artists' friendship, their shared interest in the land, their links with Surrealism, their experiences during the Spanish Civil War and the techniques they used in their artworks.

Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró are two of the most famous artists of the twentieth century, but art history often separates their paths. The Miró-Picasso exhibition presents a route that makes it possible to discover the relationship between them.

A sensory activity with haptic, tactile and audio resources for people who are blind or have impaired vision conceived by Quim Mòdenes.

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Tour with resources for people with impaired vision


2 hours


Exhibition rooms


18 and 19 November 2023 at 10.00 am
20 and 21 January 2024 at 10.00 am



Minimum Apropa rate: €25 per group
Reduced Apropa rate: €50 per group


Bookings must be made in advance on the website ApropaCultura

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