Santa Eulàlia: Open Day and Image workshop
On the Open Day we are offering to celebrate the Festes de Santa Eulàlia, we would like to invite you to visit the Fundació Joan Miró free of charge and join us at an event to discover the landscape, the museum’s history, the mountain of Montjuïc and the Poble-sec neighborhood in two activities that will be held simultaneously from 11 am to 1 pm.
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The Barcelona GATCPAC
The Barcelona GATCPAC. A Tour of Avant-Garde Architecture is an itinerary through Sant Gervasi that allows viewers to discover the development of architecture throughout the twentieth century and set it against the backdrop of the key events that unfolded on the political, social, cultural and artistic fronts in Barcelona.
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Lucía C. Pino presents her project for the exhibition program The Possibility of an Island. In Non-Slave Tenderness, the artist transforms the Fundació Joan Miró’s Espai 13 into an imagined insular landscape, made up of compact sediments, in which to experimentally rewrite our links to matter.
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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 Joan Miró Collection
Joan Miró is one of the most important artists of the twentieth century. His simple forms and primary colours forged a highly personal artistic universe.
Free activity, included in the admission price. Catalan: Saturdays at 12.30 pm | Spanish: Saturdays at 11 am | English: Thursdays at 1 pm
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Miró as a Sounding Board
Coinciding with the recent publication of Joan Punyet Miró’s book Miró & Music, poet and cultural agitator Eduard Escoffet explores the close connection that Joan Miró developed with music and his ’likeminded spirits’ in other creative fields, in a new post a the Fundació’s blog.
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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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