A pochoir print by Miró published in Issue No. 4-5 of “Cahiers d’art” magazine in 1937. Miró used the pochoir printing technique whereby shapes are cut out from a cardboard or zinc template (Miró used zinc), coloured and transferred to paper through contact.
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.
The foundation's collection of works by Joan Miró includes paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, textiles and an extensive print archive. In addition, it also features an exceptional collection of the artist's preliminary sketches, notes, scale models, sketchbooks and correspondence. This extensive, diverse collection, representative of all the...
A commemorative poster for FC Barcelona’s 75th anniversary (1974). The composition combines Miró’s characteristic signs and lines with the Catalan team’s crest and the word Barça in the artist’s own handwriting.
Beehave elicited a diptych publication that was released in two stages: the first part, Bee Writings, is a compilation of essays that provides the theoretical framework for the exhibition; the second, Where Are the Bees?, gathers all the interventions that artists from around the world presented within the Fundació and throughout the city.
Miró and the Catalan Poets is part of the book series the Enciclopèdia Catalana has dedicated to the great Catalan artists of the 20th-century, such as Picasso and Dalí. This volume, dedicated in turn to Miró, is a book of books, a recompilation of all the work that Miró did with Catalan poets, including J.V. Foix, Salvador Espriu, Joan Brossa and...
Catalog of the exhibition Paul Klee and the secrets of nature, curated by Martina Millà with the collaboration of Fabienne Eggelhöfer, head curator of Zentrum Paul Klee Bern, at the Fundació Joan Miró 10-21-2022 — 02-12-2023.
Miró-ADLAN: An Archive of Modernity (1932-1936) reconstructs the key role of the group of artists and intellectual known as ADLAN (Amics de l'Art Nou [Friends of New Art]) in introducing modernity to the Barcelona of the 1930s, during the years of the Spanish Republic.
The exhibition program The Possibility of an Island explores some of the symbolic and socio-cultural meanings that islands - those paradigmatic spaces in our collective imagination - have had over the course of time, with the aim of raising questions and reflections about these meanings that may be pertinent to our contemporary context.