Joan Miró – Tate modern

Joan Miró i Ferrà was a Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramicist born in Barcelona.

Now Joan Miró in Tate Modern.

Miró is among the most iconic of modern artists, using a language of symbols that reflects his personal vision, sense of freedom, and energy. The exhibition includes many of the key works that we know and love. It also shows that, behind the engaging innocence of his imagery, lies a profound concern for humanity and a sense of personal and national identity. Extraordinary works from different moments of his career celebrate his roots in his native Catalonia.

I’m not really big fun of surrealism but I think his works speak to the child hidden inside me.

All the paintings are colourful and takes your mind to the magical world of fairy tale 🙂

I can not wait to see them live 🙂

 

 

and the one I’ve seen in London – Portobello Road 🙂

 

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