Miró at home
As you know, for the safety and protection of our visitors and staff, the Fundació Joan Miró is closed to the public until further notice. At the Fundació Joan Miró we believe that art can be relevant to everyone at all times and under all sorts of circumstances. Now more than ever, art can help us channel our thoughts and emotions, generate well-being, broaden our horizons and liven up our days.
With this aim in mind, we have started up Miró at Home, an online project for people of all ages: we will inspire you with Joan Miró’s art, propose games and activities to spark creativity at home, and reveal some of our most hidden secrets. Stay in touch with our social media and follow #Miróathome.
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Miró in play
Miró in play is a series of educational resources for getting to know different aspects of Joan Miró: his life, his work, and his work processes. You’ll find the first two games, The mysterious word search and 2+1=Miró, in the family resources section.
During these lockdown days, observe, create, and have fun with this set of games for children of all ages!
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Online Multimedia Guide to the Joan Miró Collection
A virtual visit to Joan Miró Collection including images, additional content about Joan Miró’s life and work, unpublished material from the Fundació’s archive, photographs from personal archives and institutions and an architectural itinerary. Developed by Antenna International
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This selection of videos offers an overview of Joan Miró’s life and work, aimed at families and audiences of all ages. From your home, open your eyes and discover some of the artist’s most important pieces and the different periods in his life and his art.
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Several different individuals read Miró in the Fundació’s library. Many voices give their voice to Miró. Wherever you are, get to know the artist through letters, essays and pieces of art criticism.
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Mont-roig, Understanding the Landscape
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.
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