L'edifici Moneo, seu actual de la Miró Mallorca Fundació, es va inaugurar el 1992. Projectat per l'arquitecte Rafael Moneo és el resultat de la donació de Pilar Juncosa, vídua de Miró, a la Ciutat de Palma.
- Espai Cúbic
- 3 June 2016 — 5 March 2017
- 3 June 2016
The Joan Miró’s printmaking workshops are the artistic legacy to young creators. They are located at Son Boter, an 18th-century Mallorcan country house and one of the three buildings that comprise the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró. Son Boter stands close by the family home and the studio built by Josep Lluís Sert, initially used as a painting and sculpture studio. In the late sixties, the artist refurbished some new outbuildings at Son Boter, setting up a lithographic workshop and another engraving workshop for his own personal use.
Most of Miró’s 1970 prints were made in these workshops, including series like Homage to Gaudí and Els gossos, together with artist’s books as fascinating as Lapidari, and lithographs for the exhibition at the Llotja in Palma or for the Obra Cultural Balear.
The current exhibition is a compilation of projects in the field of the stamp developed during the 22 years of operation of the Foundation’s workshops, signed by different artists who have passed through them.