Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró
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A unique place in the world, which enables one to contemplate the creative atmosphere of Joan Miró through a direct view of the ateliers where the artist worked from 1956 until his death in 1983. Miró himself and his wife, Pilar Juncosa, donated the Son Boter ateliers and the building constructed by Josep Lluís Sert to the city in 1979. Years later, a new building was erected by architect Rafael Moneo, and is now the headquarters of the foundation. All around, Mediterranean vegetation and sculptures by the Catalan artist. The foundation exhibits part of Miró’s work, and its collection includes pieces by Chagall, Chillida, Guinovart and Gordillo, among others.

Joan de Saridakis 29. Cala Major
971 701 420
From May 16th to September 15th: Tue-Sat, 10am.-7pm. Sun, 10am.-3pm. From September 16th to May 15th: Tue-Sat, 10am.-6pm. Sun, 10am.-3pm.
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39.55508041382, 2.61005711555

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