Miquel Barceló: Vanity of the three skulls, 2005 - Miquel BarcelóLog in to see prices
Since 1989, the Louvre Museum and the Réunion des musées nationaux have entrusted contemporary artists with the task of producing engraved plates for Chalcography, which ensures the exclusivity of the print run, without limitation on the number of prints.
Very different trends in contemporary art are represented. Geneviève Asse meets Georg Baselitz, Pierre Courtin, Jean-Pierre Pincemin, Pat Steir, Jean-Michel Alberola, Robert Morris, Louise Bourgeois, Marcus Raetz, Pierre Alechinsky or Agathe May.
Miquel Barceló, born on 8 January 1957 in Félanitx on the Spanish island of Majorca in the Balearic Islands, is a Catalan Spanish artist associated with the neo-expressionist movement.
Although he initially devoted himself to painting and drawing, thanks to which he became one of Spain's most prominent contemporary artists and gained international recognition at a very young age, he also turned to sculpture and ceramics as alternative media for artistic creation in the 1990s.
Barceló has also received two major commissions, one for the decoration of the Sant Pere Chapel of Palma de Mallorca Cathedral in 2007 and the other from the Spanish State for the dome of the UN Palace of the Nations in Geneva in 2008.
For several years now, Miquel Barceló has been living and working alternately in Mallorca, Paris and Mali on the Bandiagara cliff. In 2003, he received the prestigious Prince of Asturias Prize for the Arts.
- Dimensions :
- 50 x 65 cm
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- Artist :
- Miquel Barceló (born in 1957)
- Editor :
- Ateliers d'art de la Rmn-GP