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Joan Miro: Cobra's movement inspiration.

Miro & CoBrA. The Joy of  Experiment exhibition at The Cobra Museum for Modern Art, Amstelveen.The Netherlands.
Open from 10 October to 31 January 2016.
( Text/photography (c) Tzina- Mersina Alimpoutaki-Joustra.
All rights reserved).
Miro & CoBrA at The Cobra Museum for Modern Art Amstelveen ( Part One).
Joan Miro, Barcelona,1893- Palma le Mallorca 1983.
Personnage orageux, 1949.
Title: Stormy figures.
Oil on canvas.
Henie Onstad Kunstcenter, Hovikodden, Norway.
'Joan Miro didn't afraid the death and silence even his footsteps echoed in it...Silence was rule and regulation when he was working. He plunged deep in the silence and I was the most of the times around him without  saying absolutely nothing..I' ve never been broken that rule and I was those days a little boy.
Joan Punyet Miro. Joan Miro's grandson explanations about his grand father art at his studio in their family house in Palma de Mallorca in Spain during the press conference at The Cobra Museum for Modern Art, Amstelveen. 

I tried and trusted..You know . I wanted to be close to him when he worked and I did so. I cut canvas, etc. but the fact remains that I was happy, my really will was to be there with him. My mother was his only one child. When he died I was 15 years old...' 
Joan Miro's inspiration developed through his largely rich imagination developed on basis of symbols and 'codes' connected directly with signs, issues, meanings, ideas.
Maternity, woman, nature, stars, organs, birds,ladders, insects inhabited the area of his mind. These were shaped the ' main line' , an important line between  codes , symbols and issues and so he started the exploring, the experimental process and the joy of  experiment.
The exhibition' Miro & CoBrA. The Joy of experiment' at The Cobra Museum of  Modern Art investigated exactly that joy of experiment and compared it with the CoBrA's group - movement dimension.
' The Joy of  Experiment shines a light on the versatility of Joan Miro's-1893-1983- artistic expression. Ranging from paintings to assemblies, sculptures, livres d' artiste and ceramics, the exhibited works display the boundlessness of his rich poetic universe..' accentuated the Cobra's Museum of Modern Art artistic director Katje Weitering.
' By creating links between Miro and CoBrA- movement- 1948-1951- the  
 exhibition offers insight into the artistic kinship that underlies both Miro's and Cobra group's art...'
The exhibition depicts more than 100 artworks by Miro who together with Picasso considered as the best surrealist artist from the 20th century and 60 works by the Cobra- group artists Karel Appel, Asger Jorn, Constant and Pierre Alechnsky.
Karel Appel. (CoBrA Group). Amsterdam 1921. Zurich 2006. Title: Girl with an insect on het head. Oil on canvas. Collection Elen en Jan Niewenhuizen Segaar. 
Corneille(CoBrA Group). Liege 1922- Paris 2010. Title: Nocturnal Feast.
Oil on canvas. Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen.
' Miro & CoBrA' explores the link between Miro's unceasing search for ways to break through the conventions of painting and the post-war Cobra group. Although he was not part of this movement of experimental artists, they recognized a kindred spirit in the older Spanish master...' said the artistic director Katja Weitering.

 Joan Miro.
The Cobra Museum of Modern Art. Amstelveen. The Netherlands.

...Miro was not in close contact with CoBrA. So it was not a question of mutual influence but rather of artistic kinship.By bringing together works by Miro and Cobra this kinship between two generations of innovative artists is explored for the first time...

CoBrA's- group collection by Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen.

Joan Miro. Barcelona 1893-Palma de Mallorca 1983. Title: Figure and bird in the night. Oil on canvas. Museo National Centro De Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid.

  Joan Miro's studio Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen.

                                   Joan Miro. The master of the experiment.

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