“Profession isn’t the most important thing. One’s identity, spirit, and creations are what matters”

Private View: El Racó

Inside the studio of Catalan ceramicist and Miró collaborator Joan Gardy-Artigas

Throughout his illustrious career, Catalan sculptor Joan Gardy-Artigas has worked alongside some of the leading artists of the twentieth century, from Picasso and Miró to Giacometti and Chagall. The son of artist Josep Llorens Artigas, Artigas junior began assisting Miró—a collaborator of his father's on a number of projects, including a famous series of tiled walls. The artist has since made a career with his own ceramic and painting practice, creating stylized sculptures of human and animal forms.

“Artigas has worked alongside some of the leading artists of the twentieth century, from Picasso and Miró to Giacometti and Chagall”

In a new film, Barcelona-based director Marc Puig takes us into the artist’s stunning rural studio for a tour, where he reflects back on his life and career.

Inside the studio of Catalan ceramicist and Miró collaborator Joan Gardy-Artigas: bit.ly/2pcOSET

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Private View: El Racó

“Profession isn’t the most important thing. One’s identity, spirit, and creations are what matters”Inside the studio of Catalan ceramicist and Miró collaborator Joan Gardy-Artigas: bit.ly/2pcOSET

Posted by NOWNESS on Tuesday, 18 April 2017
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