Touring exhibitions

Ever since 1975, the Fundació Joan Miró's mission has been to share and promote the work of Joan Miró around the world. Thanks to international projects and the support provided by public and private institutions, the Fundació is able to foster a broader knowledge of Miró's work and establish connections with other museums and art centres. Touring projects allow Miró's oeuvre and spirit to move beyond the walls of the museum and become a window opening from the Fundació onto the world.

The Touring Exhibitions Office conceives, develops and organizes touring exhibitions based on the Fundació Joan Miró's collections with the aim of providing greater visibility to its holdings within Spain and abroad, while also contributing towards the institution's financial sustainability. The Department organizes exhibitions tailoring them specifically to each host museum and complementing them with audiovisual materials and educational resources.

Contact

Touring Exhibitions Office
touringexhibitions(ELIMINAR)@fmirobcn.org
 

Touring exhibition catalogue

The Miró Atmosphere

Curated by: Collections Department

The Miró Atmosphere is a subtle approach to the artist’s universe that keeps him always rooted in the earth. A small sample of how the landscapes of Mont-roig del Camp and Palma de Mallorca are a key element in the development of his artistic and poetic conception.

Women, Birds, Stars

This exhibition focuses on the creation and evolution of Joan Miró’s language of signs over the course of his career. Based on the most recognizable signs in his art -women, birds, stars- we see the outpouring of a highly personal vocabulary which the artist developed until it entirely broke free towards the end of his life.

Miró-Gaudí-Gomis

Curated by: Teresa Montaner and Ester Ramos

In an apparently intuitive way, the photographer Joaquim Gomis was able to produce images that captured the beauty and the poetry contained in both Joan Miró’s work and that of the architect Antoni Gaudí. The photographer’s eye highlights points in common in the work of both artists.

À toute épreuve

Curated by: Christopher Green

The collaboration between Joan Miró, the poet Paul Éluard and the publisher Gérald Cramer produced one of the most beautiful and striking books of the twentieth century. The exhibition displays Miró’s first book-object in its entirety, unfolded like a frieze of verbal and visual images, along with a broad selection of the materials involved in its production process.

Affinities. Joan Miró and Artists of the Second Half of the 20th Century

Curated by: Collections Department

This show reveals the mutual correspondences between Joan Miró and some of the most representative artists from the mid-twentieth century until today. The dialogue between the different pieces attests to the affinities resulting primarily from a shared commitment to art.

The Poetry of Everyday Life

Curated by: Collections Department

Joan Miró had always aspired to become a poet-painter, and in this quest he did not hesitate to break the conventions that determined the formal and narrative elements of Western painting. The exhibition offers a selection of some of the best examples of his achievement of this personal goal.

Gallery of Anti-portraits

Curated by: Collections Department

Anthropomorphic, primitive and fantastic creatures surrounded by astral signs are at the centre of the compositions in a large part of Miró’s large-format prints, in which the traditional notion of the portrait as a mimesis of reality is revoked by the artist’s particular mythological world.

Touring exhibitions around the world

Women, Birds, Stars

This exhibition focuses on the creation and evolution of Joan Miró's language of signs over the course of his career. Based on the most recognizable signs in his art -women, birds, stars- we see the outpouring of a highly personal vocabulary which the artist developed until it entirely broke free towards the end of his life.

National Museum of History, Taipei Del 08/06/2013 al 25/09/2013

Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts Del 05/10/2013 al 08/01/2014

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung Del 17/01/2014 al 27/04/2014

Sakip Sabanci Museum Del 23/09/2014 al 08/03/2015

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Women, Birds, Stars

This exhibition focuses on the creation and evolution of Joan Miró's language of signs over the course of his career. Based on the most recognizable signs in his art -women, birds, stars- we see the outpouring of a highly personal vocabulary which the artist developed until it entirely broke free towards the end of his life.

National Museum of History, Taipei Del 08/06/2013 al 25/09/2013

Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts Del 05/10/2013 al 08/01/2014

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung Del 17/01/2014 al 27/04/2014

Sakip Sabanci Museum Del 23/09/2014 al 08/03/2015

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Gallery of Anti-portraits

Anthropomorphic, primitive and fantastic creatures surrounded by astral signs are at the centre of the compositions in a large part of Miró's large-format prints, in which the traditional notion of the portrait as a mimesis of reality is revoked by the artist's particular mythological world.

Museo Muñoz Sola de Arte Moderno, Tudela Del 07/11/2013 al 05/01/2014

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Women, Birds, Stars

This exhibition focuses on the creation and evolution of Joan Miró's language of signs over the course of his career. Based on the most recognizable signs in his art -women, birds, stars- we see the outpouring of a highly personal vocabulary which the artist developed until it entirely broke free towards the end of his life.

National Museum of History, Taipei Del 08/06/2013 al 25/09/2013

Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts Del 05/10/2013 al 08/01/2014

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung Del 17/01/2014 al 27/04/2014

Sakip Sabanci Museum Del 23/09/2014 al 08/03/2015

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Women, Birds, Stars

This exhibition focuses on the creation and evolution of Joan Miró's language of signs over the course of his career. Based on the most recognizable signs in his art -women, birds, stars- we see the outpouring of a highly personal vocabulary which the artist developed until it entirely broke free towards the end of his life.

National Museum of History, Taipei Del 08/06/2013 al 25/09/2013

Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts Del 05/10/2013 al 08/01/2014

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung Del 17/01/2014 al 27/04/2014

Sakip Sabanci Museum Del 23/09/2014 al 08/03/2015

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The Poetry of Everyday Life

Joan Miró had always aspired to become a poet-painter, and in this quest he did not hesitate to break the conventions that determined the formal and narrative elements of Western painting. The exhibition offers a selection of some of the best examples of his achievement of this personal goal.

Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde, Stockholm Del 11/02/2017 al 04/06/2017

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À toute épreuve

The collaboration between Joan Miró, the poet Paul Éluard and the publisher Gérald Cramer produced one of the most beautiful and striking books of the twentieth century. The exhibition displays Miró's first book-object in its entirety, unfolded like a frieze of verbal and visual images, along with a broad selection of the materials involved in its production process.

Fondation Jan Michalski Del 13/02/2020 al 30/08/2020

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The Miró Atmosphere

The Miró Atmosphere is a subtle approach to the artist's universe that keeps him always rooted in the earth. A small sample of how the landscapes of Mont-roig del Camp and Palma de Mallorca are a key element in the development of his artistic and poetic conception.

Musée Rolin, Ville d'Autun Del 08/01/2021 al 11/04/2021

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Miró-Gaudí-Gomis

In an apparently intuitive way, the photographer Joaquim Gomis was able to produce images that captured the beauty and the poetry contained in both Joan Miró's work and that of the architect Antoni Gaudí. The photographer's eye highlights points in common in the work of both artists.

Museu Can Mario, Palafrugell Del 25/07/2021 al 28/11/2021

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