Joan Miro, material's strenght

Written by: Francesca Marotta
Category: Art
12 August 2016

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Mudec, Milan - until 11 September 2016

Magic bizarre childhood.. these are the adjectives that come to mind when thinking about the works of the Catalan artist's youth and early maturity. The shapes painted or sculpted by Mirò evoke formal primitivism that are found in a number of figurative artists of the '900, but which then translate into something that is stylistically recognizable.
The Milan exhibition highlights the work of sculpture, through which he, picking up all sorts of objects and shape, showing us how it is possible to recreate the forms of nature in surrealistic key. And the operation is extraordinarily interesting when he uses a monochrome, both when it is having fun with the brightness of the brightest colors.

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