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Ricard Huerta

[...] Although we initially saw Antoni Miró as a privileged observer of the city, as an interpreter of its ins and outs, the fact is that in the works of the painter from Alcoy, we can find enough details to put together a significant framework of his fighting character. This comes across not only as a pictorially attractive postcard of his travels and passions, but above all, as an energetic stance against colluding silence. The painter’s voice is the poet’s complaint. Action on canvas is a challenge, a declaration of principles. [...]
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NOVA YORK SL, 2004. Manhattam NY (USA) (Acrílic s/ llenç, 73x146) Antoni Miró