Miró. Antoni Llena Constellation
From 7 February to 7 June 2020
Mont-roig is a small village in rural Tarragona that played a decisive role in the course of Joan Miró’s life and work. The Fundació’s curator Elena Escolar offers us a slow-motion description of Mont-roig, the Church and the Village, painted in 1919 and presented in the special Catalan art section of the thirteenth Salon d’Automne in Paris, in 1920, almost one hundred years ago. To grasp Joan Miró’s intangible universe, it is essential to have a sense and an understanding of the landscape and the land itself in Mont-roig.
about "Mont-roig, Understanding the Landscape"
In the late 1970s, after Franco died, Barcelona photographer Antoni Bernad took portraits of the leading personalities in Catalan culture from Joan Miró’s generation, some of whom had just returned from exile. The selection shown here includes some of these figures, whose common denominator is their connection to the artist’s life or work.
about "Miró Shadows with a Light of Their Own"
An amazing and rigorous guide with 2 hours of interactive content and 30 works by Joan Miró with detailed commentary. Available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
about "Multimedia Guide to the Joan Miró Collection"
The collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures and works on paper displayed at the Fundació is one of the most comprehensive selections of Miró’s oeuvre, offering a thorough overview of all the stages of his life and career. Discover it in a guided tour in English, French, Catalan or Spanish.
about "Joan Miró Collection Guided Tours"
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.
Catalan: at 12.30 pm | English: at 11 am
about "Guided Tour of the Building"