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MIRÓ: EARTH

JOAN MIRO (1893-1983)

A survey of Joan Miró’s career from 1918, the date of his first solo exhibition, to his last works. Its guiding thread is the idea of “Earth”, in its widest sense. For Miró, “Earth” meant his native region of Catalunya, but the word also functioned for the artist as a key to certain ideas and values characteristic of rural culture such as fertility, sexuality, fable and excess. In addition, it is related to the quest for the ancestral and the primitive. In pictorial terms, the earthly can be seen as a mistrust of form and a tendency to experiment with material. These stylistic features portray Miró as the great forerunner of Informalism and Abstract Expressionism, trends that prevailed in mid-20th-century art.
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Emne Modernisme
Kunstner MIRO, Joan
Forfatter Tomàs Llorens
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 185 ill, heraf 122 i farver
Format / Sideantal 25 x 21 cm / 240 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9788496233607
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JOAN MIRO (1893-1983)

A survey of Joan Miró’s career from 1918, the date of his first solo exhibition, to his last works. Its guiding thread is the idea of “Earth”, in its widest sense. For Miró, “Earth” meant his native region of Catalunya, but the word also functioned for the artist as a key to certain ideas and values characteristic of rural culture such as fertility, sexuality, fable and excess. In addition, it is related to the quest for the ancestral and the primitive. In pictorial terms, the earthly can be seen as a mistrust of form and a tendency to experiment with material. These stylistic features portray Miró as the great forerunner of Informalism and Abstract Expressionism, trends that prevailed in mid-20th-century art.