Art & Design

Miro The Colors Of Poetry

'Femmes et oiseau dans la nuit' (1947) by Joan Miró.

Miro liked to say  that a painting should be  “like a spark” that

has to bedazzle the onlooker. Many of his works have this absorbing quality due to his mastery of color and form, which gives his art a fluorescent and airy quality.  Miro’s  acquaintance with surrealist artists such as Max Ernst and Paul Klee helped him develop his unique approach, which he refined throughout his career. With this exhibition at the Museum Frieder Burda,  Miro’s works are  traced from his  early works  in Paris until his death in Palma de Mallorca. The exhibition includes 100 paintings and sculptures.

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