Inspired by the suggestions of his subjects and the expressive power of gesture, Miró produced several stunningly creative paintings. His work strongly suggests a universal appeal. Firmly attached to the art and landscapes of his country, the artist developed a unique symbolic language, in which simple shapes spoke volumes. He celebrated the shapes of women, birds and starry nights, among others, through stunning ideograms that evoke unbridled fantasy. His spectacular compositions, which are notably inspired by the American painting movement, pay tribute to an exceptional sense of experimentation and reveal a decidedly young and non-conformist Miró, to whom modernity was alive and well.
Valid from 2019-05-30 to 2019-09-08