Tate Modern‘s “Miró” exhibition, which is the first major retrospective of Spanish Surrealism artist Joan Miró in London in nearly 50 years since 1964 at Tate Britain, just started today (April 14 – September 11).
More than 150 paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints, created in Barcelona and Paris, across the six decades of his career are gathered under one roof; from early paintings of his native Catalonia, his experimental style inspired by Surrealism and a friendship with André Masson, anxiety, anger and despair-driven works during Spanish civil war, to a rich variety of mature and balanced works at the later period including triptychs with intense colors.
Miró’s exuberant, dynamic and quite ‘Latin’ works let our hair down and gives us energy – highly recommended for people who are tired and stressed out, or who lost hope in life. I guarantee that you’ll leave the museum, feeling a bit better :)
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