The newest Cahiers d’Art revue 2018 revisits Miró’s works and relationship between Miró and Cahiers d’Art through an anthology of the most beautiful texts published in the revue. It also introduces unpublished objects and pieces from the artist’s collection.
This book on Joan Miró offers details about his sentimental relationships that have been unknown until now, as well as reconstructing the reasons why he left Spain during the Civil War and analysing how he was able to survive during the harshest years of the Franco regime. The biography centres on the years from 1893 to 1947, when he travelled to the...
Swasky meets Joan Miró in the building designed by architect Josep Lluís Sert for Miró in Barcelona. In this book, Swasky invites the reader to join him as he tours the Fundació Joan Miró and some of the key places in the life and work of this great artist.
An activity and games book for kids aged 3 and upwards. As they play with the Mironins – characters who have escaped from one of Joan Miró’s paintings – they’ll have fun and learn about the life and work of one of the most remarkable Catalan artists of the 20th century.
To be a Friend of the Fundació Joan Miró is to be a member of an active, involved community with close ties to the foundation.
To be a Friend is to experience the Fundació Joan Miró’s programming first-hand, to share meeting places, to participate in exclusive activities and to voice your views.
To be a Friend is to have an opportunity to learn and grow.
Piet Mondrian or Andy Warhol – Damien Hirst or Banksy – whose artworks have been the most influential? The most shocking? The most expensive? How about their versatility or critical reception? These playing cards allow art lovers of all ages to play their favourite artists against each other to discover who rules the art world.
Andy Warhol is Pop, Pablo Picasso is Cubist and Marcel Duchamp is Dada. Artists gather in movements, just as wildebeests run in herds. Do you know the great art movements and how the great artists fit into them? Play Manifesto to test your knowledge or effortlessly learn a little art history.
Can you imagine how it would be to go to the zoo with a famous painter? This is the extraordinary story that Antony Penrose tells us of the visits he made at the farm of the great artist Joan Miró, a man who "dreamed when he was awake" and painted universes full of magical creatures.