Exposition Miró au Grand palais
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Very close to the famous avenue des champs Elysée and the Louvre museum
The Grand Palais offers a retrospective of Joan Miró, famous Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver and ceramist. One of the main representatives of the surrealist movement.
This exhibition brings together almost 150 works some of which were unpublished in France and covering 70 years of creation, this retrospective show the technical and stylistic evolution of the artist.
Miró creates from his dreams and opens the doors of his poetic universe.
It thus transforms the world with an apparent simplicity, whether it is a sign, a fingerprint or water on paper, a seemingly fragile line on the canvas, in one line on the earth that he marries with fire, or from an insignificant object assembled to another object.
Miró brings out from these surprising connections and unusual marriages an universe of poetic metamorphoses reenchanting our world.
To find out more about the Miró exhibition at the Grand Palais, or to reserve a place, check out their website.