King Felipe visits “Miró-Picasso” exhibition

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King Felipe VI of Spain has visited the  “Miró-Picasso” exhibition in Barcelona.

The “Miró-Picasso” exhibition is a joint project between the Picasso Museum and the Joan Miró Foundation. The two painters had a close relationship for over 50 years.

King Felipe signed the Books of Honor at both the Picasso Museum and the Joan Miró Foundation. He was accompanied by the acting Minister of Culture and Sports, Miquel Iceta; the Government delegate in the Autonomous Community of Catalonia, Carlos Prieto; the mayor of Barcelona, ​​Jaume Collboni; the director of the Picasso Museum, Emmanuel Guigon; Carlos Alberdi, Margarida Cortadella and Elena Llorens, curator of the Picasso Year and curators of the exhibition, respectively; by the Director of Public Affairs of Telefónica and patron of the Foundation, Trinidad Jiménez; by the Councilor for Culture of Barcelona City Council, Xavier Marcé; by the president of the Joan Miró Foundation, Sara Puig; by the director of the Joan Miró Foundation, Marko Daniel; by the members of the Board of Trustees of the Joan Miró Foundation, Joan Punyet, grandson of Joan Miró, and the director of the BBVA Foundation, Rafael Pardo; and by the curators of the exhibition, Teresa Montaner and Sonia Villegas.

The exhibition brings together over 250 works from public and private collections from around the world.

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