Joan Miró

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Joan Miró

Two paintings, ten sculptures and five works on paper, some of which are being show for the first time, make up this second solo exhibition in the Elvira González gallery of works by Joan Miró, genius among 20th-century avant-gardes.  The exhibition shows Miró's interest in nature, everyday objects and utensils seen as a source of poetic inspiration. The artist re-created in his sculptures, with his unique language, an enigmatic universe of theatrical beings, as is the case with 'Gymnaste' (1977), 'Jeune fille à l’étoile' (1977), 'Danseuse' (1981) and 'Le Chanteur d’opéra' (1977). To create them, Miró gave a new personality to everyday objects such as chairs, hangers and kitchen wares.


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