Tag Archive: Joan Miró

Andrew Nairne

Kettle’s Yard (Cambridge, UK), is one of the most inspiring and poetic art spaces in the world. A personal favourite of artists and designers Jeremy Deller, Paul Smith and Jonathan Anderson, the house… Continue reading

Louis Vuitton: Cruise 2019 staged at the Fondation Maeght

  Last night, the Marguerite and Aimé Maeght Foundation hosted the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2019 show. Models showed futuristic looks and wandered around Giacometti and Miró’s artworks displayed in the exterior terrace and… Continue reading


  From 20 March to 2 September 2018, the new Centro Botín in Santander will present an exhibition focusing on Joan Miró’s sculptures made between 1928 and 1982. Talking about his creative process,… Continue reading

Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum celebrates prints

  The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. Louis presents three new exhibitions exploring the modern and contemporary evolution of printed and editioned artworks. Spanning the mid-1940s through the… Continue reading

Picasso 1932. Année Erotique at Musée Picasso-Paris

  “The work that one does is a way of keeping his journal,” – Pablo Picasso. The Picasso Museum in Paris located in the exquisite Hôtel Salé – built between 1656 and 1660… Continue reading

When in Mallorca: stay at the unique art resort Es Revellar

If you are eager to polish your art history classes or if you’re simply looking for a hidden paradise, Es Revellar Resort, located in Majorca, the largest island in the Balearics, is for… Continue reading

Calder on Paper at Saatchi

  Calder on Paper: 1960 – 1976, is an exhibition presented at the Saatchi Gallery in London until 8 December 2017. American artist Alexander Calder is one of the most acclaimed and influential… Continue reading

The Mayoral Gallery recreates Miró’s studio in London

  Marking 60 years since Joan Miró’s studio was founded in Mallorca in 1956, Mayoral presents an immersive exhibition recreating Miró’s atelier, curated by Elvira Cámara, Director of The Fundació Pilar i Joan… Continue reading

The Forget Me Not collection

Twelve designers have created trinkets for the Forget Me Not collection by Bosa. Jaime Hayón’s collection is called Pinocchietto and draws inspiration from artists such as Alexander Calder and Joan Miró.

Matisse, Miró, Calder featured in FUTURS, in Marseille

How have artists represented the future and the emergence of technological developments from the beginning of the 20th Century up to modern times? From the very first representations of new industrial cities to… Continue reading