Terres Barcelo: Miquel Barceló
Arts & Culture • 1h 15m
Directed by Christian Tran • Documentary • With Miquel Barceló • 2018 • 75 minutes
A major exhibition by Miquel Barceló, a Spanish painter and sculptor, at the National Library in Paris is an opportunity to delve into the work of this major contemporary artist. These imposing works, which work the earth in all its forms are created on the spot, outside the workshop and will have an ephemeral life. It is then the process of creation that is revealed little by little through the making of these generous works, as well as the inner world of the artist who comes to us.
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