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Artist Talks

Artist Talks ist ein Programm der Fondation Beyeler und von UBS, innerhalb dessen international renommierte, zeitgenössische Künstler über ihre Arbeit sprechen. Das Format ist offen und dynamisch angelegt und reicht vom klassischen Künstlervortrag bis hin zu moderierten Gesprächen zwischen Künstlern und Persönlichkeiten der Kunstwelt. Die Artist Talks finden in der Fondation Beyeler in Riehen/Basel und weiteren Kunstinstitutionen in Europa, Asien, Lateinamerika und USA statt.

Miquel Barceló

MONTAG, 4 NOVEMBER 2019, 19:00h 
This year’s third Artist Talk, hosted by Fondation Beyeler and UBS, will take place in Monaco with an extraordinary artist: Miquel Barceló. The artist will discuss his work with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director, Serpentine Galleries, London. The talk will take place on Monday, November 4th 2019 at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco.

The event will be held in French. 
Tickets are available at: public@nmnm.mc

Miquel Barceló was born in Felanitx, Mallorca, in 1957. Throughout the 1980s, he travelled extensively across Europe, the United States and West Africa. His participation in Documenta 7 in Kassel, Germany, in 1982 gained him international recognition. Barceló’s creative approach has been in high demand: in 1990, he designed the set and costumes for Manuel De Falla’s opera Tréteaux de Maître Pierre at the Opéra Comique in Paris and at the 2006 Avignon Festival, he presented a performance with choreographer Joseph Nadj. In 2002/2003, Barceló lined Palma Cathedral’s Saint Peter’s Chapel with ceramic works. In 2004, Barceló’s watercolours illustrating Dante’s Divina Commedia were displayed at the Louvre in Paris, making him the youngest artist ever shown in the museum. In 2008, Barceló unveiled his expansive ceiling painting (1,300 m2) in the ellipsoidal dome of the Human Rights Council room at the United Nations Office in Geneva. In 2009, he represented Spain at the 53rd Venice Biennale. Since the mid-1980s, Barceló’s work (paintings, drawings, sculptures and ceramics) has been exhibited worldwide in renowned galleries, major museums and other cultural sites. Miquel Barceló currently lives and works in Paris and Mallorca.

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