Monday, May 2, 2011

JOAN MIRÓ'S RETROSPECTIVE GRACES THE TATE MODERN

The Tate Modern in London is featuring the most extensive Miró Retrospective hosted within about half a century.  Joan Miró, belongs to the likes of artistic geniuses such as, Pablo Picasso, Antoni Gaudí,  Salvador Dalí, who all came out of Spain, and redefined art in their own rights within their own periods.  

Miró at Tate Modern

The show launched on April 14, and will be ongoing until September 11, 2011.  The retrospective will consist of about 150 pieces of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints--spread over six decades of the celebrated surrealist's career.  Have a watch at the short film (above), to have a taste of Miró's astounding legacy--personal and public alike.  (Visiting information on the museum, after the jump)

Tate Modern
Bankside
London SE1 9TG

Open TimesOpening hours

Sunday – Thursday, 10.00–18.00
Last admission to special exhibitions at 17.15
Friday – Saturday, 10.00–22.00
Last admission to special exhibitions at 21.15



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