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30_04_2019

Illustrated Chronicle of the Tapestry of the Fundació

Pedro Strukelj, an Argentine-Mexican living in Barcelona, is an illustrator, architect, and cultural manager. He defines himself as a chronicler of cultural experiences. This illustrated chronicle is his account as a witness to the recently completed process of preventive conservation for the Tapestry of the Fundació. His palette is a colour map that suggests a faraway land –that of his Latin American roots, which, as in Miró, connect us with a world where the tradition of craftsmanship is deeply respected.

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05_05_2017

The Morning Star Flies to the United States to Join the Other Constellations

Morning star is one of the 23 Constellations that Miró painted from 1940 to 1941, following his desire to escape from reality right after the outbreak of World War II. This group of pieces conveys an idealized vision of a world of celestial beings. Since its creation, the series has been shown almost in full on three occasions in New York. Now, Acquavella Galleries has managed to bring together the nearly complete series in the Miró: Constellations show that will be on exhibit from 20 April through 26 May, 2017. Art historian and FJM assistant curator Ester Ramos describes this gathering of the Constellations as a historic event and tells us about the importance of this series in the life and work of Joan Miró.

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