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Joan Miró - Bienal de Vednecia - Año 1976 +

Joan Miró - Bienal de Vednecia - Año 1976

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Poster designed for the Spanish Space Biennale Venezia

Printed by The Polígrafa

YEAR:

1976

MEASURE:

87 x 50 cms.- 33,9 x 19,50 inch.

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Barcelona, 1893-Palm of Majorca, Spain, 1983) Painter, sculptor, engraver and Spanish potter. He studied trade and worked for two years as shop assistant in a cleaning supplies shop, until an illness obliged him to retiring during a long period in a familiar home in the small people of Mont-roig of the Camp.

Of return to Barcelona, he entered the Art Academy managed by Francisco Galí, in which he knew the last European artistic trends. Up to 1919, its paint was dominated by a formal expressionism with Fauvist and cubist influences, centered in the landscapes, portraits and nudes.

That same year he traveled to Paris and knew Picasso, Jacob and some members of the dadaist current, as Tristan Tzara. It alternated new stays in the French capital with summers in Mont-roig and its paint started to evolve towards a bigger definition of the form, now chiselled by a strong light that eliminates the contrasts. In what is thematic they stand out the first slight signs of a language between oneiric and phantasmagoric, very personal although of popular roots, which all its subsequent trajectory would mark.

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