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  • Sumer and the modern paradigm

    Sumer and the modern paradigm

    The Fundació Joan Miró presents an exhibition that explores the relationship and dialogue between some modern artists, during the inter-war period (1918-1939), and the archeological findings from the Mesopotamian age in Syria and Iraq, which were French and British colonies at the time. The figuration of Mesopotamian works form part of the imaginary of western art: Cuneiform script, infinite composition with cylindrical seals, or legends like the Tower of Babel or the Epic of Gilgamesh become recurrent motifs for artists such as Le Corbusier and de Kooning.

  • La Rambla

    La Rambla

    Barcelona wouldn’t be Barcelona without the Rambla. A wander up and down this famous boulevard is a ritual well worth observing. Just soak up the atmosphere and admire the buildings, from the Canaletes fountain to the Columbus Monument, which connect the old and modern city with places like Liceu and Boqueria. A walk through the life and history of the city.

  • Contemporary Route

    Contemporary Route

    Barcelona is known throughout the world for its architecture. This is why the city didn't want to fall behind in the race to have some of the world's finest contemporary buildings. The names of today's great architects and artists are present in almost every city neighbourhood.

  • Miró Route

    Miró Route

    The Barcelona-born artist Joan Miró left the city a legacy and an imprint which can be glimpsed all over the city. Miró’s desire to investigate and explore new avenues of creativity splashes the colourful city of Barcelona with his characteristic colours and forms. He does so inside the Fundació Miró, but in the street as well.

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