Tag Archives: Joan Miró

Abstraction II:The Eloquence of Silence and Unimportant Details

“It is completely unimportant. That is why it is so interesting.”– Agatha Christie Miró‘s Search for Mute Music Miró refused to comment, despite the heated debate that was going on. Max Ernst grabbed a coil of rope, while others pinioned … Continue reading

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Make Your Maps as You Go

How to Discover Your Own New Worlds Step 1: Lose the Way The first step . . . shall be to lose the way.– Galway Kinnell It’s important to forget what you are doing–then a work of art may happen. … Continue reading

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