<tc>Joan Miró</tc>

Considered one of the great artists of the 20th century, Joan Miró has left us a body of work whose influence has not stopped growing over the years. Miró did not paint dreams, but rather, through his work, he provided the observer with those elements that allowed him to dream. He never worked under the influence of hypnosis, drugs or alcohol; without his artistic personality and the way in which he represented on canvas what his inspiration dictated made André Breton exclaim: Miró is the most surreal of all of us. He looked at the creative force of the plastic that felt a strong passion for the world and for the most daring poetic games, a lover of objects and the naked existence of materials, he always manifested himself as a dream artist, in search of those constellations that inspired some constellations that inspired some of his best works. Jacques Dupin, the highest authority in Miró's work, delves into all these aspects in his fascinating essay: the birth of signs. Author: Jacques Dupin Posted by: Polígrafa Language: Spanish Dimensions: 23 x 18 cm Pages: 96 Binding: Hardcover
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