Video recordings from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 1: Introduction

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and is the introduction to the event

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 1

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 2: Matthew Gale

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and features curator Matthew Gale

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 2

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 3: Eva Bosch

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and features Eva Bosch

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 3

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 4: William Jeffett

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and features William Jeffett

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 4

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 5: Discussion

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and features a group discussion

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 5

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 6: Nigel Warburton

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and features Nigel Warburton

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 6

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 7: Jon Bird

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and features Jon Bird

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 7

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 8: Frederic Amat

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and features Frederic Amat

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 8

Joan Miró Study Day – Part 9: Discussion

This is a video recording from the Joan Miró Study Day held at Tate Modern and features a group discussion

Video recordings from the 2011 Joan Miró Study Day: Part 9

This study day explores issues raised by the major exhibition of Joan Miró at Tate Modern. Starting from the surrealist context of Miró’s art it moves to the broader theme of the complex relationship between art and politics. Speakers address a range of issues, from the specific contexts in which Miró worked, to the ‘radicalism’ of surrealism. Curators, academics and artists contribute to the debates. Speakers include artists Frederic Amat and Eva Bosch, art historians and curators Jon Bird, William Jeffett, Robert Lubar and Gill Perry, philosopher Nigel Warburton, and curators of the Miró exhibition Matthew Gale and Marko Daniel.