Brazil has just won another gift for those who love art. Just landed in the country the exhibition of the painter, sculptor and ceramist Catalan, Joan Miró, who brings over a hundred works.
Miró was born on April 20, 1893 in Barcelona and died at ninety leaving a cultural treasure.
The works of the Catalan artist have a strong influence on Dadaism, Fauvism and Cubism. Although surrealist the works by Miró are highlighted by an exceptional simplicity that sets him apart from other artists of his time.
In the works of Joan Miró is possible to find a lot of symbols, characters and figures, which do the observers to use their own imagination to understand and interpret what the artist wants to convey.
We can find works of Miró in murals of UNESCO and also in the University of Harvard. In his last works the lack of colors was strongly perceived, and some works in black and white are without his signature, which shows that the painter worked until the end of his life.
No doubt the Catalan artist has an inspirational work and even for those who do not identify with art, worth checking out the brilliant career of Joan Miró that certainly will perpetuate for many generations!