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A Master Painter of Twentieth Century Modern Art, Joan Miro was at once both distinctly modern and a lover of history. Created with exclusive access to the Miro Museum in Barcelona, Spain, this DVD is a rich tapestry of art, history and personality, interweaving state-of-the-art High Definition Filming, Historic Newsreel Footage, a tour of his legendary studio and performance by La Claca Theater Group in costumes designed by Miro himself.
In the film, we journey through the dazzling achievements of a master Modern Art painters and printmaker. This DVD covers the painters invention of the Grattage style and his adventures into Surrealism, Abstract and Modernist painting and Collages, reflecting the influence of different trends, like the pure and brilliant colors used in Fauvism, shapes taken from Cubism, influences from folkloric Catalan art, and Roman frescos from the churches. We take an in depth look at works of fine art such as Naked Flame On Naked Woman, Man and Woman In Front of a Pile of Excrement, Constellation: Morning Star, and Woman and Bird in the Night. The film also discusses his later years he concentrated more on monumental and public works.
With Primal Force and infinite delicacy, Joan Miro (1983-1983) created a visual world that fused passion, sexuality, philosophy and flights of fancy into an ecstatic carnival of symbols: Stars, Eyes, Women, Birds, and objects from the Catalonian landscape and folklore of his native country, Spain. This DVD celebrates his vibrant artistic achievements.
DVD BONUS FEATURES
Miro Art Gallery
Over 25 Scene Selections
Dolby Digital Stereo Audio
Digitally Mastered Audio & Video
Instant Access to All Chapters
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a visually stunning film... costumes and masks designed by Miro himself, add a dimension of surreality that enhances rather than detracts. --Art Times
...a spritely and sophisticated introduction...useful for students... Miro means he saw in Spanish- This innovative documentary helps is share that vision. --School Library Journal
...fascinating look...One doesn't need a high-definition television to enjoy this fine-quality product... welcome addition to any academic, public or high-school library. --Video Rating Guide for Libraries
With Primal Force and infinite delicacy, Joan Miró (1983-1983) created a visual world that fused passion, sexuality, philosophy and flights of fancy into an ecstatic carnival of symbols: Stars, Eyes, Women, Birds, and objects from the Catalonian landscape and folklore of his native country, Spain. In 1976 the Joan Miró Foundation Centre of Contemporary Art Study was officially opened in the city of Barcelona.
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