Joan Miro

Considered one of the greatest creators of 20th century art, Miró has bequeathed a definitive work whose irradiation has not ceased to grow. Joan Miró does not paint dreams but, through his work, makes certain elements available to the viewer so that they are the ones who dream. Miró has never worked under the influence of hypnosis, drugs or alcohol. His life, like his painting, has always been methodical and orderly. However, his artistic personality, the way he represented on canvas what his inspiration dictated would make André Bretón exclaim: "Miró is the most surreal of all of us." In this book, in addition to his pictorial work, the artist's forays into territories as diverse as graphic work, ceramics, sculpture, tapestry, and theater are addressed. A creative energy in the plastic field in complete parallelism with his passion for the word, for the most daring poetic games, because, lover of objects and the naked truth of materials, Miró always revealed himself as a dreamlike artist, seeker of the constellations that inspired some of his most beautiful works. Rosa María Malet, director of the Fundado Joan Miró since 1980, has a degree in Philosophy and Letters, specializing in Art History, from the Central University of Barcelona. She has carried out numerous thematic exhibitions, publications and catalogs on Joan Miró. He is a member of the most prestigious national and international art associations. Author/a: Rosa Maria MaletPublished by: Ediciones PolígrafaLanguage: SpanishPages: 128 pagesDimensions: 21'6 x 31 cmBinding: Softcover Conservation: Due to its age it may present marks and slight damage.
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