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In 1958, world-renowned Spanish artist Joan Miro and esteemed French art critic Yvon Taillandier sat down for an in depth discussion on Miro's life and work. Their conversation, which provides one of the most illuminating and insightful looks into Miro's philosophy of art and creative process, was documented by Taillandier. Originally published in a limited edition of 145, it has long been lost to the general public. This beautiful new edition presents Miro's invaluable text in a striking package.
Joan Miro (April 20, 1893 December 25, 1983) was a world-renowned Spanish Catalan artist, known especially for his abstract and surrealist paintings, prints, sculptures, and ceramics; he is considered to be one of the most highly influential artists of the twentieth century. Yvon Taillandier (b. March 28, 1926) is a French artist, author, and critic who has published extensively on the history of art. Robert Lubar is associate professor of fine arts at New York University and the director of NYU Madrid. He is a trustee of the Fundacio Joan Miro, director of the Miro Research Chair at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, and director of the International Miro Research Group.