Kader Attia Scars remind us that our past is real
From 15 June to 30 September
The exhibition featuring French-Algerian artist Kader Attia, the winner of the latest edition of the Joan Miró Prize, is a survey of his most relevant works from the last few years, in a dialogue with new ones created for the exhibition. Selected especially by the artist, these pieces revolve around the notion of repair, one of his main areas of interest.
about "Kader Attia. Scars remind us that our past is real"
Where Are the Bees?, the second Beehave publication, is now available, gathering all the artistic interventions in the project together with essays by the curator Martina Millà and the writer Andrea Valdés.
The Swedish duo Gideonsson/Londré present their project for the exhibition program The Possibility of an Island at the Fundació Joan Miró’s Espai 13, a video installation exploring the idea of verticality that invites visitors to think of the world’s highest mountains as terrestrial islands.
about "I Am Vertical"
Like the force fields that keep particles together in atoms, the apparently distant connections between narratives and individuals sometimes converge in similar reflections. Such is the case of the random encounter of isolation, the main subject of the exhibition program The Possibility of an Island, with the thread of thoughts that Agustín Fernández Mallo subtly weaves in this new article for our blog.
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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.
about "The Barcelona GATCPAC"
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
about "Guided Tour of the Building"
Joaquim Gomis photographed La Ricarda while it was being built. Decades later, the sculptor Magels Landet captured details from the house when it was no longer inhabited and had become a legend of architectural and cultural modernity from the Barcelona of the 1960s.
about "La Ricarda: Two Views"
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.
English: Sundays at 10.30 am | French: Sundays at 12 pm
about "Joan Miró Collection. Guided tour"