Bees and Literature
Bees play an important part in La mort i la primavera (Death in Spring), by Mercè Rodoreda. Poet Arnau Pons, the author of the epilogue to the new Catalan edition of the novel, and journalist Andrea Valdés will offer us a reading and commentary.
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Mont-roig, the Landscape of Joan Miró
On the occasion of the opening of Mas Miró, the farmhouse where the artist spent many summers, historian and Fundació Mas Miró Director Elena Juncosa follows in the footsteps of the artist’s sensibility to place us in the unalterable timelessness one of Miró’s most important emotional landscapes.
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Bárbara Sánchez Barroso presents her project for the exhibition program The Possibility of an Island at the Fundació Joan Miró’s Espai 13. In The Odyssey the artist embarks on a journey of discovery through a feminine rereading of the Odysseus myth that strips it of all things epic.
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Beehave. Interventions throughout Barcelona
Beginning on 15 March, Beehave ventures out beyond the Fundació with ten art interventions at different locations throughout Barcelona, with the aim of sparking a debate about the coexistence of humans and bees in cities.
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Itō Shinsui. Tradition and Modernity
The Fundació Joan Miró presents Itō Shinsui. Tradition and Modernity, an exhibition curated by Akiko Katsuta that explores the works of this renowned painter and great master of shin hanga, one of the most important movements in twentieth-century Japanese printmaking.
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Martina Millà, the Programming and Projects Director at the Fundació and curator of the exhibition, presents Beehave, a project that draws on contemporary artists’ interest in honey bees and the key role these insects play in the planet’s environmental balance.
His relationship with beeswax has led chandler Toni Garcia to venture into photography. Addressing the synergy that emerges between light and darkness, Garcia observes his surroundings from a different perspective. This exhibition is part of the Beehave project.
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Free Guided Tour of the Building
What do the Fundació Joan Miró and the Spanish Republican Pavilion at the 1937 World Fair in Paris have in common? El globus vermell will answer this and other questions on the first Sunday of every month.
Free activity, included in the admission price. Catalan: at 12.30 pm | English: at 11 am
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