Joan Miro


Remembering Jackie Matisse, a pioneer of kite art and art in virtual reality who had a special feel for chance and the power of collaboration

She saw 'flying art' as a collaboration with wind and light and found ways to 'fly' her kites underwater and in galleries, kept in motion with blown air and mechanical reels

Two shows that lost the plot

Joan Miró at MoMA and the Neue Galerie’s self-Portrait survey are both filled with great works, but they forget to stick to their themes all the way through

Making Miró: MoMA show explores turning point in artist’s career

An exhibition focuses on The Birth of the World, a 1925 painting in which the artist combined painterly spontaneity with a calligraphic deliberation

Flood-damaged tapestries by Miro return to Venice museum in time for exhibition opening

The two works at Palazzo Zaguri were found submerged in water on Monday night

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Miró on loan damaged at Tate Modern

The museum forked out £203,000 for repair and depreciation costs

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Lesser-known artists exhibited alongside the big names of Matisse, Picasso, and Miró at Basel

Blue-chip dealers have been using Basel as an opportunity to build the potential stars of the future

Art and the Spanish Civil War at the Imperial War Museum

The exhibition will mark the 65th anniversary of the arrival in Spain of the International Brigades


Spanish art forgery network busted

Arrests followed an investigation sparked by the concerns of the Joan Miró Foundation