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Action related to the "Violence, Escape" section of the collection "The spectacle of the sky overwhelms me. I’m overwhelmed when I see, in an immense sky, the crescent of the moon, or the sun.

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Still Life with Steps

Artistic action related to the "Art and Everyday Life" section of the collection Isabel Banal presents an artistic action inspired by Miró’s conviction that art ought to be an extension of life and part of life itself.

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Launch of Quadern 3615

Cuscusian*s, the Fundació Joan Miró and L’Automàtica joined forces to produce a book-object inspired by an artist’s book created by Joan Miró in 1936, which has never been published and is part of the archive of the Fundació.

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La Masía. Un Miró para Mrs. Hemingway

La Masía. Un Miró para Mrs. Hemingway

Launch of the book by Àlex Fernández de Castro, with the participation of Rosa Maria Malet, Director of the Fundació Joan Miró; Elena Juncosa, coordinator of the Mas Miró project, and Carme Manuel, Director of the Biblioteca Javier Coy d’Estudis Nord-americans and Professor of English Philology at the University of Valencia.

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El ojo de Miró

Presentation of the book The Miró Eye

In one of his notebooks from the 1940s, Joan Miró jots down some of the projects he would like to pursue: "...create an album with beautiful photographs of objects that I have found and embellish it with a pochoir or a coloured lithograph, with a poetic text or poem, or even a poem of my own.

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col·lecció permanent

Free guided tour of the temporary exhibition Miró and the Object

This monographic exhibition is the first specific inquiry into the role of the object in the work of Joan Miró. Curated by William Jeffet, Miró and the Object looks at how the artist began with pictorial representations of objects and then moved on to physically incorporating them in his works through collage and assemblage, before finally arriving at sculpture.

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