The Miró Mallorca Foundació – the museum in Palma which honours the life and work of Catalan artist Joan Miró – will celebrate its 25th anniversary with the renovation and re-opening of the ‘Taller Sert’ – (Sert’s workshop) in June 2018.
Designed by Miró’s friend Josep Lluis Sert – the workshop, which is connected to his house – became the artist’s main studio in 1956, and was where he created most of his work until his death. The artistic venue will be re-opened with new content to further reflect the life and work of the pioneering Catalan artist and to show the studio exactly how it was before Miró passed away. The Miró Mallorca Foundació will also host a series of events and workshops throughout the year in celebration of the 25th anniversary:
Miró Mallorca Foundacióto introduce new exhibition called ‘MIRÓ, a wild spirit’ (17 February 2018 – 2019)
MIRÓ, a wild spirit will be the latest Joan Miró exhibition to be featured at the Foundation. The new display will run from 17 February 2018 until the start of 2019 and will expose work produced by Joan
Miró in Mallorca during the most creative years of his career which occurred towards the end of his life (1956 – 1983). Divided into four complementary areas including roots, inspirations, vocabulary and metamorphis, the exhibition explores the factors which directly impacted on the artist’s work such as his trips to North America and Japan and clearly shows the motifs of women, birds, stars and personages, which he frequently worked with. www.miromallorca.com/es/exhibition/miro-espiritu-salvaje
MiróMallorca Foundació to host 10th edition of the ‘Saxofone Festival’ (28 February, 6,15,23 and 27 May)
In 2018, the Miró Mallorca Foundation will host the 10th edition of the prestigious ‘Saxofone Festival’ – an annual event which explores the role of the saxophone in modern-day music. The festival will include performances by five award-winning international saxophonists such as David Brutti; winner of more than 15 national and international music competitions, Gordon Tudor; a famed Croatian saxophonist and composer, Ryo Noda; an international artist who has trained at the prestigious Bordeaux Conservatory, as well as Phil Piereick and Pedro Bittencourt. Spectators will be able to choose from two different shows called ‘Saxophone and Electronic Series’ taking place on 6, 23 and 27 May and the ‘World Saxophone Series’ on 15 May. www.mallorcasaxfest.com
In 2018, the Fundació will also host a number of events and workshops such as the ‘Art and Education’ workshop which will bring together a number of leading experts from the arts and education industries to discuss the relationship between these two complimentary subjects.
For more information about the Miró Mallorca Foundació please visit: www.miromallorca.com/en/
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