FUNDACIÓ MIRÓ MALLORCA

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Miró Mallorca Foundation is a unique place in the world. It offers visitors an insight into Joan Miró’s artwork and underlying creative process in the place where the artist lived and worked for almost three decades. The Fundació’s collection is the outcome of a donation by Joan Miró. On March 7th 1981, Miró and his wife, Pilar Juncosa, donated the artist’s studios – the Sert Studio and Son Boter – together with the works of art, documents and objects that were inside them. This generous legacy was also made up of paintings, sculptures, drawings, objects and prints, together with a rich collection of documents and part of the contents of his personal library. Miró Mallorca Foundation is made up of three remarkable buildings that form one of Mallorca’s most important architectural ensembles: the Sert Studio where Miró started working in 1956, designed by Miró’s friend, the architect Josep Lluís Sert; Son Boter, a late 18th century Mallorcan house which the artist used as a second painting and sculpture studio; and the Moneo Building, the Fundació’s headquarters, designed by Rafael Moneo and opened in 1992. The first two buildings have been declared Items of Cultural Heritage (BIC according to the Spanish acronym).

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