Joan Miró Foundation has a permanent collection with works by Miró, but is particularly remarkable for its temporary exhibitions. Every year they award the Joan Miró Prize to a contemporary artist, to whom they then devote an excellent solo exhibition. In addition a program of emerging art and the gramazing building make the visit worthwhile.
The cycle of expositions The possibility of an island explores some of the symbolic and sociocultural meanings that the islands, paradigmatic spaces of our collective imagination, have had through the ages, with the intention of activating questions and reflections regarding these meanings that Are relevant to our contemporaneity.Find out more »
Joaquim Gomis Serdañons (Barcelona, 1902-1991) was an entrepreneur, photographer, artistic promoter and the first president of the Fundació Joan Miró. For more than five decades, he developed an extensive photographic production that was linked to the most advanced artistic positions of his time.Find out more »
The relationship with the beeswax has led maestro Toni Garcia to enter the world of photography. Approaching the synergy that is created between light and dark, Garcia observes what surrounds him from a different vision.Find out more »
The Fundació Joan Miró hosts the work of one of the great masters of the shin hanga, Itō Shinsui (1898-1972), whose artistic and aesthetic attitude helps us to make evident the subtle and profound relationships between the work of Joan Miró and the thought and Japanese art.Find out more »