Shared Studios Three Case Studies
From 29 May to 19 September 2021
An online conversation between the exhibition’s curator Martina Millà and the artists Enric Farrés Duran and Xavier Ristol. In reading the correspondence between Joan Miró and the architect Josep Lluís Sert, Enric Farrés Duran and Xavier Ristol discovered that Miró "dreamed of a large studio." The requirements for the ideal studio became the focus of their project for the Shared Studios. Three Case Studies exhibition.
about "The Studio of My Dreams"
A special tours between to view the building in natural light, coinciding with the summer solstice. The Sert Solstice will be a very special moment when the foundation will open its windows, pull back the curtains and reveal the building as Sert conceived it. The foundation will show itself, architecturally speaking, in its finest state.
Guided visit by an architect or free visit. The tour can be complemented by breakfast in the cafeteria.
about "Sert Solstice"
How are the Shared Studios. Three Case Studies exhibition artists’ studios? The three case studies illustrate the diversity of relationships between artists and the permeability involved in sharing a working environment. In each one of the cases, two artists work in the same space: Enric Farrés Duran and Xavier Ristol in Sala 17 (Eixample, Sabadell), Tirso Orive Liarte and Aldo Urbano in Hangar (Poblenou, Barcelona), and Idoia Montón and Sinéad Spelman in Halfhouse (La Verneda, Barcelona).
about "Artists' Studios"
Miró dreamt of a large studio. At one point or another, all artists have dreamt of a large studio - a creative space that would enable them to build their utterly personal microcosm. Coinciding with the exhibition Shared Studios. Three Case Studies, which explores the experiences and affinities of artists working in the same space, we wanted to look back at one of Miró’s first studios, in the Paris of the 1920s, at 45 Rue Blomet.
about "Rue Blomet, a Space for Poetry"
The exhibition Miró-ADLAN: An Archive of Modernity (1932-1936) reconstructs the key role of the group of artists and intellectual known as ADLAN (Amics de l’Art Nou [Friends of New Art]) in introducing modernity to the Barcelona of the 1930s, during the years of the Spanish Republic thanks to the AHCOAC (Historical Archive of the Architects’ Association of Catalonia), where a significant amount of extraordinary material has been preserved concerning the activities the group. This page shows a small sample of the documents that you will find in the exhibition.
about "ADLAN Documents"
Images from the past often take us to other moments in time, awakening memories and arousing emotions. Shared Memories is an activity proposal for seniors and for those family members or care home staff accompanying them. The starting point is a series of photographic images by Joaquim Gomis, which evoke specific times and moments in creating an oral narrative charged with anecdotes and recollections. The recordings can be heard on the YouTube channel of the Fundació.
about "Shared Memories"
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"
The Miró at Hand is a set of resources presented as small capsules made available to everyone, with the idea of inspiring us, encouraging creativity and drawing us closer to the work of Miró.
You can enjoy these proposals on Miró, action art or the online activities for families in an open, flexible manner. The Miró is in your hands, it adapts to your pace.
about "The Miró at Hand"