Mark Rothko, curated by Rosa Maria Malet and Oliver Wick, containing works produced from 1935 until shortly before the artist's death in 1970, pays special attention to the configuration of a singular style and to the importance that Rothko attached to the arrangement of his paintings in space as items for meditation.
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Art in Central Europe. 1949 - 1999
Art in Central Europe. 1949-1999" aims to offer a rational, historical overview of the various styles in employed from the end of the Second World War down to the present day by "unofficial" artists in Central Europe, i.
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Sigmar Polke. Die Alten
Sigmar Polke. Die Alten. Selected by Gloria Moure, the 50 or so pieces produced by this German artist between 1982 and 1997 are all based in some way or another on the work of Francisco Goya and in particular on his well-known painting Time and the Old Women (1812).
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Klee, Tanguy, Miró.Three approaches to landscape
Around 100 paintings and drawings by Paul Klee, Yves Tanguy and Joan Miró from the Gallery K. AG collection in Switzerland. A simultaneous look at the work of three of the most significant artists of the twentieth century through such a classic genre as landscape.
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Reality and Desire
Exhibition of new figurative art, curated by Enrique Juncosa and containing pieces by Gerhard Richter, Vija Celmins, Alex Katz, Malcolm Morley, Francis Alÿs, Stephan Balkenhol, Thomas Schütte, Marlene Dumas, Susy Gómez, Perejaume, Marina Núñez, Antony Gormley, Guillermo Kuitca, Kiki Smith and Mark Tansey – artists who all use figuration to speak of identity, sexuality, reality or even art itself.
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If we go on, we'll surely laugh
Si seguim, segur que riurem (If we go on, we’ll surely laugh) is a collection of photographs of Tortell Poltrona, the Catalan clown who founded the NGO Clowns Without Borders.
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André Ricard. Everyday Design
Coinciding with the 1999 Spring Design Show in Barcelona, this exhibition curated by Oriol Pibernat and Pedro Azara showed the work of André Ricard, a pioneer in the theory and practice of industrial design in Catalonia.
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Ian Hamilton Finlay. Variations on different themes
An exhibition of over 100 works by the Scottish visual artist, poet and philosopher, many of them designed and produced exclusively for the Fundació Joan Miró’s exhibition spaces.
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Selected by Christopher Phillips, this exhibition comprised works by Vito Acconci, Judith Barry, Geneviève Cadieux, Jochen Gerz, Gary Hill, Pierre Huyghe, Kristin Oppeosch.
Selected by Alain Sayag, this exhibition comprised around 100 photographs from the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, with the aim of reflecting the fictitious or equivocal discourse inherent in every photographic image, whether it be artistic, documentary or for advertising.
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ALBUM. A selection from the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain
The first showing in Spain of a selection of works from the Fondation Cartier in Paris, comprising paintings, sculptures, photographs and installations produced between 1964 and 1997 by 23 contemporary artists.
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Joan Miró Punyet was the curator of this exhibition to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Alexander Calder (Philadelphia, 1898), a close friend of Miró’s.