Joan Miró. Plates and engravings

In this activity, we will become more familiar with the world of engraving, through tactile exploration of some of Joan Miró's original copper plates and printing tests that are conserved at the Fundació.

Miró discovered the possibilities of engraving when, in the 1930s, he illustrated the books of his poet friends. Experimentation and the richness of results offered by this technique fascinated the artist for the rest of his life.

Activity conceived by Mònica Surís


Guided tour for the visually impaired


2 hours


Exhibition rooms


By prior request

Maximum group size

Maximum of 20 people


Apropa minimum price: €15 per group
Apropa concessions rate: €40 per group

Supporting material

Plates and original printing tests


It is necessary to reserve in advance through: reserves(ELIMINAR)

Activity for visually impaired groups

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