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Friday
20
APR

Miró: Original Lithographs & Surrealism in Mexican Art Opening

17:00
17:00
David Barnett Gallery
Event organized by David Barnett Gallery

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Join us for the opening of our two new exhibitions during Milwaukee's Gallery Night and Day on Friday April 20th and Saturday April 21st 2018.

Miró: Original Lithographs
This exhibition presents Joan Miro's personal symbols and innovative iconography. Through a suite of original lithographs created for his catalogue raisonne, Miro explores themes of the cosmos, nature, erotic energy, birds and other animals, Catalan identity, and freedom. Miro's constant abstract experimentation has been heralded as one of the most important in the history of modern art. His playful mark-making presents something unique to each viewer but is never anything but uniquely Miro.

Surrealism in Mexican Art
Influenced by early 20th century explorations of the human subconscious: a depiction of life, death, spirituality, the natural world, and the mind. Featuring artwork by: José Luis Cuevas, Antonio Díaz Cortés, Paco Huacuja, Miguel Castro Leñero, Mónica Flores Martínez, Alejandro Mojica, Teresa Olabuenaga, Arturo Secunda, David Alfaro Siqueiros, among others.