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美術館 > ENGLISH > EXHIBITION > Temporary Exhibitions > 2010- > MIQUEL BARCELÓ 2021

 

MIQUEL BARCELÓ

About

Date

August 14 – October 24, 2021 *Temporarily closed: August 27 - September 30

Location

Special Exhibition Room 1-4, Yanagihara Yoshitatsu Memorial Gallery B

Hours

9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Closed

Mondays (except September 20), September 21

Admission fee

Adults: 1000(800) yen
Students:  800(600) yen
High school students and younger: Free
*Prices in parentheses are for groups of more than 20 persons.

Organization

Organized by Mie Prefectural Art Museum, The National Museum of Art, Osaka, The Yomiuri Shimbun

Supported by Mie Prefectural Art Museum Assistance Foundation

With the support of Embajada de España en Japón, Instituto Cervantes Tokio, Ambassade de France /Institut français du Japon
 
Production cooperation by Chieko Takiwaki (Fact Concepteurs)

Miquel Barcoló  la suerte de matar, 1990
Miquel Barcoló 
La suerte de matar
1990
©ADAGP, Paris&JASPAR, Tokyo, 2021. Photograph: 🄫André Morin

 

Exhibition Overview

Miquel Barcoló (b. 1957) is an internationally active master of contemporary art. Producing his work all over the world, including his hometowan of Mallorca, Spain, the vast African desert, and the Tibetan Plateau, Barcoló is engaged not only in painting but also a diverse range of other genres such as sculpture, pottery, prints, watercolors and performance. This exhibition provides viewers with an invaluable opportunity to experience the essence of Barcoló’s art, in which he develops his keen receptivity of the natural world into powerful creations.

List of the Works
 

Related Programs

All programs are free to participate.

Lecture 1: The earth and sea, life and death – to the primal source of the world

Lecturer: Yamanashi Toshio (Supervisor of this exhibition/ The previous director of the National Museum of Art, Osaka)
Sun, October 17, 14:00-15:30
at the auditorium,
Maximum number for this lecture is 40 people
 

The trends of Spanish Art in 20th century – from Picasso to Barcoló

Lecturer: Matsuda Kenji (Associate professor of the Keio University)
Sun, September 26, 14:00 -15:30
at the auditorium,
Maximum number for this lecture is 40 people
 

Curator’s Talk

Sat, October 9, 14:00 -14:30
at the auditorium,
Maximum number for these lecture is 40 people

Miquel Barcelo, Fulani Walking, 2000
Miquel Barcoló
Fulani Walking
2000
🄫ADAGP, Paris&JASPAR, Tokyo, 2021. Photograph: 🄫André Morin

 


 

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