#3 2010 (28)
The summer exhibition “Miró. The Colours of Poetry” at the Museum Frieder Burda (2 July to 14 November 2010) is dedicated to the artist Joan Miró, and shows around 100 works by the Catalan artist who so strongly influenced 20th century art. The pictures cover six decades of Miró’s work, and are drawn from various private collections and museums from all over the world. A large number of works owned by the Miró family itself are shown as well, a rarity in itself, while others come from the Fundació Joan Miró in Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. The exhibition was curated by the worldwide expert on sculpture Jean-Louis Prat, a close friend of Miró who organized exhibitions for him during his lifetime, while the artist’s grandchild Joan Punyet Miró attended its opening.
THE SUMMER EXHIBITION "MIRO. THE COLOURS OF POETRY" AT THE MUSEUM FRIEDER BURDA (2 JULY TO 14 NOVEMBER 2010) IS DEDICATED TO THE ARTIST JOAN MIRO, AND SHOWS AROUND 100 WORKS BY THE CATALAN ARTIST WHO SO STRONGLY INFLUENCED 20TH - CENTURY ART. THE PICTURES COVER SIX DECADES OF MIRO'S WORK, AND ARE DRAWN FROM VARIOUS PRIVATE COLLECTIONS AND MUSEUMS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. A LARGE NUMBER OF WORKS OWNED BY THE MIRO FAMILY ITSELF ARE SHOWN AS WELL, A RARITY IN ITSELF, WHILE OTHERS COME FROM THE FUNDACIO JOAN MIRO IN BARCELONA AND PALMA DE MALLORCA.