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Joan Miró at the Sóller train station in Palma
The former coach of the Sóller train station in Palma, converted into showrooms, hosts this exhibition with graphic works by Joan Miró (Barcelona, 1893 - Palma de Mallorca, 1983), curated by the artist's grandson, Joan Miró Punyet.
The selection of works reflects, on the one hand, Miró's symbiosis with Mallorca; on the other hand, it shows the lyrical side of Miró, who shapes in his works mysticism and phantasy. A good example is the series Les Revenants.
The exhibition also presents three unknown pieces, two of which are exercises in lithographic pencil and varnish over a copper plate and the third is the copper plate which was used to illustrate the poem El Pi de Formentor (1875) by Miquel Costa i Llobera.
Photo: Les Revenants.