Joan Miró: Printed works 1938 - 1969

21 March - 20 April 2024

"Above all, Miró… reinvigorated his art through printmaking"


It has now been 60 years since the major retrospective of Joan Miró at the Tate Gallery, London, in August 1964. This ground-breaking exhibition of important paintings and sculptures introduced the works of Miró to a British audience, many for the first time. Miró was at the peak of his career, and at a time when he was beginning to concentrate on his print making activities. The current exhibition focuses on this side of his artistic practice which was often the result of his relationships with the poets of the day.