JOAN MIRO: THE GARDEN OF WONDERS
One of Surrealism’s leading personalities, Joan Miró was a key figure in 20th-century art.
Through some 250 graphic works, this exhibition explores the powerful relationship between Miró and the written word. It showcases a style that was characterized by biomorphic, stylized, two-dimensional elements. The Spanish master turned reality into a dream world as powerfully seen in the 27 etchings he created in 1962 to illustrate the poetic texts of French writers Yves Bonnefoy, Jacques Dupin and Andre du Bouchet. Miró’s graphic work was considered a stepping stone to his later masterpieces.
• A selection of framed works, available in three sizes:
– Small: 100 works
– Medium: 150 works
– Large: 400 works
• Text panels and object labels (digital files)
• Retail/merchandise program
Variable, based on number of works selected / 100-500 linear feet
Shipping international: airfreight for 3-20 crates (varies on the
number of works)
Shipping domestic: 1 truck
Installation: approx. 4-6 working days
Deinstallation: approx. 3-4 working days
Organized with NSPRD