This studio was instrumental in the history of surrealism and 20th-century art, and continues to promote Majorcan culture today.
The legacy of a 20th-century giant of modern art.
The last major work and project of Joan Miró was this space, designed to show the world his studio. The great Barcelona artist lived in Majorca from 1956 until his death in 1983, spawning here much of the art movement known today as surrealism as he gazed out to sea. Inside, a huge exhibition of his works remains as the final gift that Miró bequeathed to Majorca; but beyond that, the artist wanted to create a living space to host and promote island culture, so four rooms are devoted to various ongoing exhibitions. Admission is free on Saturday mornings.