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Fernando Castro

[...] Antoni Miró is a tireless observer of his surrounding reality and he takes sides because he knows that the necessary task is not simply to imitate what happens but to be able to offer critical and emancipatory154 options; his aesthetics is extremely detailed, precise and always furious155, it reveals a constant attitude of rebelliousness.

Through his work we become aware of contemporary disasters, his plural gaze forces us to understand the crisis live in with direct messages and fair images156. After so many images, with a few words, Antoni Miró describes with lucidity what his task is: “reflexe la problemàtica d’avui”; “Reflect the problems of today”. [...]

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MÓN CAPGIRAT, 2011. Auschwitz. (Acrílic s/ llenç, 116x81) Antoni Miró

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