Nalini Malani You Don’t Hear Me
From 19 June to 29 November 2020
The Indian artist Nalini Malani, the winner of the 2019 Joan Miró Prize, presents a selection of works from her entire career, in which feminist thought and the condemnation of violence are ever-present. You can visit the exhibition from Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 November 2020, from 11 am to 6 pm.
about "Last days to visit the exhibition "You Don't Hear Me" by Nalini Malani"
You can access the conversation between William Kentridge and Nalini Malani. The South African artist and the Indian artist Nalini Malani discuss the points they share in their work, on the occasion of two exhibitions being held simultaneously in Barcelona covering their respective careers. The two shows give a voice to people lacking one and use images to illustrate mechanisms of oppression.
about "In Praise of Shadow. Conversation"
Nature was always at the root of Miró’s creative drive and a key element in the initial concept for the Fundació. Joan Miró and Josep Lluís Sert chose Montjuïc for the site because they imagined a building that would merge with its natural surroundings, in the midst of the vegetation that moved into the museum and formed part of it.
Discover how a visit to the Fundació Joan Miró is a way of connecting art with nature.
about "Art and Nature"
We propose venturing back onto some paths with historical, botanical or cultural interest to discover the hill of Montjuïc and reach the Fundació Joan Miró on foot. It is an opportunity to enjoy art and nature from the very outset of your visit.
about "The Paths to the Fundació Joan Miró"
Nature heightens our senses: it sharpens our observations and perceptions, awakening our capacity for contemplation. We suggest you two activities to connect with art and nature, either from your home, through the paths on Montjuïc Park leading to the Fundació, or within the museum itself: Nature and Fantasy and The Art of Walking.
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