Miro

In my last post I forgot to tell about another imperfect sightseeing tour. Wanting to see some modern classics*, I went to Fundacio Joan Miro. However, when I reached the place, the parks with Miro’s sculptures around was so beautiful that I sat there and spent an hour or so just enjoying the nature&weather&colours, only to discover that I can be in museum for half an hour or so before they close it.

So I say, whatthehexx, went inside and picked my favourite for the day: Femmes, oiseaux, etoiles

Joan Miro, “Women, birds, stars”, 1942

*Picasso was out of question, as you see Picasso’s everywhere. Right now there is exhibition “Frauen“, with works of Pablo Picasso, Max Beckmann and Willem de Kooning, in Pinakotheke der Moderne in Munich. I thought for a moment that they simply didn’t know what to do with collections and put them up together – ok, probably it is good from curatorial point of view…

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