The everyday objects that Miró collected in his studio were the point of departure for an often unknown technical and creative process leading up to the completed work. The show reveals the details of this painstaking path from preliminary sketches to objects, their models and plaster moulds, their assembly and, last of all, casting the pieces in bronze with the lost wax technique.
This educational exhibition opens a window onto Miró's work methods, highlighting the value of creation as a process and as the result of the joint efforts of artists and artisans. The space also links the sculpture room that closes the display of the Joan Miró Collection with the exhibition The Point of Sculpture.
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From 15 October to 6 March 2022