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Manuel Rodríguez Díaz

[...] The work of Antoni Miró appears full of plastic and human charms; it abounds in magic, romanticism, irony... rich in contents and with a stimulating stenography for the aesthetic perception. It is a prominent work that handles creeds and iconography with a skilled and brilliant technique; it surpasses established boundaries and suggests images and scenes recovered from iconographic legacies with a concentrated meaning that Miró uncovers and confronts with the present time, here and now, bringing to light avant-garde interpretations under signs and calligraphies which belong to his singular artistic universe. [...]
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NO ÉS UNA PIPA, 1991 (Acrílic s/ taula, 80x80) Antoni Miró