Sponsored by the Fundación BBVAContents: Over 150 paintings and drawingsCurator: Brigitte Hedel-SamsonProduction/Organisation: Fundació Joan Miró, BarcelonaVisitors: 80,752Catalogue: Fernand Léger, with articles by Brigitte Hedel-Samson, Eric Michaud and Katharina Schmidt.
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A project by Grazia Quaroni and David RenaudLast season the cycle in the Espai 13 was presented in the traditional manner, i.e. with one individual exhibition following another.
about "Cycle: Psychodrome"
Contents: Over 160 photographs taken between 1922 and the 1960s.
about "Joaquim Gomis"
Contents: Sculptures, installations and photographs produced between 1973 and 2002 by nineteen contemporary artists who take different attitudes to the concept of space.
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Sponsored by the Fundación BBVAContents: The first ever retrospective exhibition in Barcelona of Arp’s work, with more than 140 paintings, collages, reliefs and sculptures produced between 1912 and 1965.
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Cycle: Homo ludens. Art at play
Curator: Grazia Quaroni"Every game is a system of rules.What gives meaning to the rules is the desire to play."Roger Caillois, Les jeux et les hommes, 1958Art and play are both a necessity.
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Irony, selected by Ferran Barenblit, contains works by different contemporary artists with very different discourses and dealing with different subjects, but having in common the use of irony in their work.
Joan Brossa or the poetic revolt
The exhibition will offer the most comprehensive view yet of the experimental, rebellious, magical, lyrical universe of one of the most important Catalan avant-garde creative artists.
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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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Cycle:Something for Everyone
2000-2001 Season25th Anniversary CycleCurators: Mònica Regàs, Ferran Barenblit and Frederic MontornésThe joint curatorship by these three art critics is partly a consequence of the history of the Espai 13.
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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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