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Joan Miró Foundation

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This huge mural pays homage to the acclaimed artist Joan Miró. It was made in 2004 by Barcelona-based graffiti artist Sixe Paredes, who’s famous in the post-graffiti scene, and it was the first mural made for the project Ciutat Vella, by Arcadi Poch. The mural is in a street parallel to the Rambla del Raval, which is full of great places to eat. My favorites are the delicious sandwiches of Madame Jazmine and the Turkish kebabs of Kilim.
February 21, 2017

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July 8, 2019
A wonderful space inside and out
January 19, 2020
A centre for the study and dissemination of Joan Miró's work and the contemporary art
April 10, 2020
When traveling to Barcelona, you will inevitably come across art works by the artist Joan Miró: when you arrive at the airport, you will be greeted by a huge mosaic of Miró and the city's most representative bank, la Caixa, has a star created by the artist in the logo. Just like Gaudí, Joan Miró was…
Hector Antonella Alvaro
Hector Antonella Alvaro
July 14, 2020
Joan Miró museum has a great collection of paintings, nice garden with excellent views
February 18, 2020
Visit this museum created by Miro himself in 1975 to house his own work and those of his contemporaries.

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s/n Parc de Montjuïc
Barcelona, CT 08038
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