He looked at the Miró Foundation

From London comes to the Miro Foundation in Barcelona's Joan Miró exhibition: The Ladder of Escape organized by the Tate Modern in London and the Miro Foundation in Barcelona and will be open until the 18 March, after the exhibition will travel to Washington from May will be displayed in the National Gallery of Art. The retrospective includes works from public and private collections worldwide.

This is another opportunity to immerse themselves in the world power Miró and decipher their particular language. The exhibition title refers to an everyday object that appears in many of his paintings: the ladder. For the ladder symbolizes Miró tool to evade reality around him and maybe that is the door that opens the world of surrealism, the world of dreams.

The exhibition is a complete review of the work of Miró that highlights its commitment to the time in which he lived, their place of origin and how they influenced his work events as World War, Spanish Civil War, World War and Francoism.

Learn more: Fundació Miró


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