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Painter, b. 1957 -

Miquel Barceló Artigues (born 1957) is a Spanish painter.

Barceló was born at Felanitx, Mallorca.[1]

After having studied at the Arts and Crafts School of Palma for two years, he enrolled at the Fine Arts School of Barcelona in 1974. However, he only studied at this school for a few months.[2] A year later he returned to Mallorca to participate in the happenings and actions of protest of the group "Taller Llunàtic", a conceptual avantgarde group. He also took part in the creation of their artist periodical Neon de Suro (21 issues from 1957–1982).

A year after his return to Mallorca he had his first one-man show at the Palma Museum. Initially the Avant-garde, Art Brut and American abstract Expressionism (e.g. Pollock had a big impact on him) influenced Barceló's work. On the other hand, he was always particularly interested in the Baroque paintings of Diego Velázquez, Tintoretto and Rembrandt. Jean Dubuffet inspired Barceló in adopting an experimental attitude.

Throughout the 1980s, he travelled extensively across Europe, the United States and West Africa – always returning to Paris which became a second home and where he set up a second studio. The time Barceló spent in different countries, his nomadism or peripatetic habits essentially influenced and inspired his work, most strongly the impressions of West Africa.

His participation at the "Documenta 7", Kassel, Germany, in 1982 gained him international recognition.

In 1983 he moved to Naples for five months. Here he realized some works made with volcanic cinder, for an exhibition at the Lucio Amelio's atelier.[3] In this occasion he also answered the international call of the Neapolitan gallerist, after the 1980s earthquake, in which he asked the major contemporary artist of that time to create a work for the Terrae Motus collection.[4] His work L'ombra che trema, now exhibited at the Royal Palace of Caserta, as he declared: "It's a self portrait: i made myself in the painting act. the shadow seems to reflect the other part of myself and at the same time is the destruction of the order."[5]

In 1986 he received Spain's National Award for Plastic Arts.[6]

In 2004 Barceló's watercolours, illustrating Dante's Divine Comedy, were shown at the Louvre Museum in Paris. For Palma Cathedral's Chapel of Sant Pere, Barceló covered the entire chapel with terracotta, decorating it with images related to the sixth chapter of the Gospel of St. John, the miracle of the multiplication of bread and fish, a theme chosen because the chapel is dedicated to the Last Supper. In 1990 he designed the costumes and stage sets for Manuel de Falla's opera El retablo de maese Pedro at the Opéra-Comique in Paris, and in 2006 at the Festival d'Avignon he was part of a performance with choreographer Joseph Nadj.

On 18 November 2008 the Spanish government officially presented Miquel Barceló's latest immense work of art in the United Nations Palace of Nations in Geneva. The work of art is a massive sculptural installation located on the domed ceiling of the building's newly created Chamber XX of Human rights and Alliance of Civilizations. The work consists of 1500 m2 of multi-coloured stalactite forms for which the artist used 100 tons of paint, that appear to be dripping from the ceiling.

In 2010, Barceló was invited to teach at a workshop by the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles.[7]

Barceló's work (paintings, drawings, sculptures and ceramics) is nowadays represented by Tobias Mueller Modern Art in Zürich, Galerie Bruno Bischofberger in Zürich and Acquavella Galleries in New York City.

In 2017, Miquel Barceló has been elected a vice-president of CISAC at the 2017 General Assembly in Lisbon.

In 2017 he was invested Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Salamanca, as part of the commemoration of the VIII centenary of this University.

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              • Miquel Barceló - Inferno, 1994
                Apr. 14, 2024

                Miquel Barceló - Inferno, 1994

                Est: CHF80 - CHF100

                Miquel Barceló - Inferno, 1994 Offset poster on paper. Publisher: Lucio Amelio, Napoli, 1994. Very good condition, 70 x 50 cm. Affiche offset sur papier. Editeur : Lucio Amelio, Napoli, 1994. Très bon état, 70 x 50 cm.

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Pans i LLonguets", 2003. Ceramic, terracotta. Attached certificate issued by the gallery Bruno Bischofberger.
                Apr. 11, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Pans i LLonguets", 2003. Ceramic, terracotta. Attached certificate issued by the gallery Bruno Bischofberger.

                Est: €30,000 - €35,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Pans i LLonguets", 2003. Ceramic, terracotta. Attached certificate issued by the gallery Bruno Bischofberger. Work reproduced in: SAGAJEWSKI, A, Miquel Barceló Ceramic, Poems and an essay. Galaxia Gutember/Circulo de Lectores. Jablonka Gallery, p. 69. Measurements: 68 x 103 x 10 cm; 95 x 135 x 10 cm (frame). This work demonstrates totally personal aspects of Barceló, impossible to relate to his influences or predecessors, the most outstanding of which is his break with tradition through his tireless search for new formulas and his fascination for different aspects of nature. In this work, the Mallorcan creates a work of great expressiveness, firmly rooted in nature and archaic tradition, which at the same time reveals a surprising and brilliant modernity. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca, where he studied between 1972 and 1973. In 1974 he made his individual debut, at the age of seventeen, at the Picarol Gallery in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School of Fine Arts, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovers the work of Paul Klee, Fautrier, Wols and Dubuffet, as well as the "art brut", a style that will exert an important influence on his first paintings. During these years he reads extensively, and enriches himself with works as diverse as the writings of Breton and the surrealists, the "White Manifesto" by Lucio Fontana or the "Social History of Literature and Art" by Arnold Hauser. In 1976 he holds his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. That same year, back in Mallorca, he joined the Taller Lunàtic group and took part in its social, political and cultural events. In 1977 he makes a second trip to Paris, and also visits London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona, and meets Javier Mariscal, who will become one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany he participates, as a member of the group "Neón de Suro", in exhibitions in Canada and California, and collaborates with the publication of the magazine of the same name. It was also in 1977 when he received his first large-format pictorial commission: a mural for the dining room of a hotel in Cala Millor, Mallorca. The following year, at the age of twenty-one, he sells his first works to some collectors and galleries, and finally moves to Barcelona. His international recognition began in the early eighties, giving a definitive boost to his career after his participation in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognized through the most outstanding awards, such as the Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes (2003) or the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

                Setdart Auction House
              • Miquel BARCELO - Vanité au trois crânes
                Mar. 31, 2024

                Miquel BARCELO - Vanité au trois crânes

                Est: €400 - €500

                This description has been translated automatically: Miquel BARCELO (1957-) Vanity with three skulls, 2005 Original engraving and aquatint Unsigned On ivory vellum 50 x 65 cm Proof authenticated by the dry stamp of the Louvre chalcography Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Miquel BARCELO (1957-) Vanité au trois crânes, 2005 Gravure originale et aquatinte Non signée Sur vélin ivoire 50 x 65 cm Epreuve authentifiée par le cachet sec de la chalcographie du Louvre Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

                Hotel des Ventes De Bruxelles
              • Miquel Barcelo - Paysage Avec Sept Fruits - 1989 Offset Lithograph 27" x 33.5"
                Mar. 26, 2024

                Miquel Barcelo - Paysage Avec Sept Fruits - 1989 Offset Lithograph 27" x 33.5"

                Est: $75 - $100

                "Paysage Avec Sept Fruits" by Miquel Barcelo, 1989 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 27 x 33.5 inches, with an image size of 22.25 x 33.5 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an edition size of 300 and is not framed. The condition was rated A: Mint. Additional details: First edition exhibition poster from Leo Castelli's Gallery dated November 18th-December 21st, 1989. Design by Smatt Florence Inc.

                DUMBO Auctions
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Untitled
                Mar. 19, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Untitled

                Est: -

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Untitled. 1984 Lithograph on Arches paper Signed in pencil Numbered 47/50 Measurements 54 x 76.5 cm Bransen print, Paris 1984 EXHIBITIONS 1984 , "Miquel Barceló. Paintings 1984", Juana de Aizpuru Gallery, Madrid BIBLIOGRAPHY Antoni Mari, "Miquel Barceló. Paintings 1984", Ed. Juana de Aizpuru Gallery, Madrid 1984.

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Lanzarote 32
                Mar. 19, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Lanzarote 32

                Est: -

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Lanzarote 32. 1999 Aquatint on Velin paper by Arches Signed in pencil Numbered 29/35 Measurements 49.5 x 68.5 cm (footprint); 75 x 90.5 cm (paper) Edita y Estampa Línea, Lanzarote 1999 ORIGIN Ediciones Línea, Lanzarote Private collection BIBLIOGRAPHY Miquel Barceló , "Miquel Barceló-Lanzarote Series", Edita Línea, Lanzarote 2002

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              • Miquel Barceló - Inferno, 1994
                Mar. 17, 2024

                Miquel Barceló - Inferno, 1994

                Est: CHF80 - CHF100

                Miquel Barceló - Inferno, 1994 Offset poster on paper. Publisher: Lucio Amelio, Napoli, 1994. Very good condition, 70 x 50 cm. Affiche offset sur papier. Editeur : Lucio Amelio, Napoli, 1994. Très bon état, 70 x 50 cm.

                TGP Auction
              • Miquel Barceló - Miquel Barcelo, 1987
                Mar. 17, 2024

                Miquel Barceló - Miquel Barcelo, 1987

                Est: CHF100 - CHF150

                Miquel Barceló - Miquel Barcelo, 1987 Offset poster on paper. Publisher: Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, 1987. Very good condition, 70 x 49 cm. Affiche offset sur papier. Editeur : Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, 1987. Très bon état, 70 x 49 cm.

                TGP Auction
              • Miquel BARCELO - Vanité au trois crânes
                Mar. 10, 2024

                Miquel BARCELO - Vanité au trois crânes

                Est: €400 - €500

                This description has been translated automatically: Miquel BARCELO (1957-) Vanity with three skulls, 2005 Original engraving and aquatint Unsigned On ivory vellum 50 x 65 cm Proof authenticated by the dry stamp of the Louvre chalcography Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Miquel BARCELO (1957-) Vanité au trois crânes, 2005 Gravure originale et aquatinte Non signée Sur vélin ivoire 50 x 65 cm Epreuve authentifiée par le cachet sec de la chalcographie du Louvre Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

                MDP Auction
              • MIQUEL BARCELO Felanitx, Mallorca (1957) "Agenda: Swimmer", 1982
                Mar. 05, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELO Felanitx, Mallorca (1957) "Agenda: Swimmer", 1982

                Est: €13,500 - €18,000

                Inks on paper. Titled at the bottom. Attached is a certificate of authenticity from the Estany de la Mota Gallery, signed by Angels de la Mota on June 1, 2023 Provenance: -Estrany-de la Mota Gallery -Private collection, Barcelona Measurements: 35.5 x 50 cm

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              • MIQUEL BARCELO Felanitx, Mallorca (1957) "Agenda: 5 mauvais portraits", 1982
                Mar. 05, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELO Felanitx, Mallorca (1957) "Agenda: 5 mauvais portraits", 1982

                Est: €10,500 - €14,000

                Inks on paper. Titled at the bottom. On the back label from the Estrany de la Mota Gallery, Barcelona Attached is a certificate of authenticity from the Estany de la Mota Gallery, signed by Angels de la Mota on June 1, 2023 Measurements: 37.5 x 50.2 cm

                Ansorena
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink on paper. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Estrany de la Mota.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink on paper. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Estrany de la Mota.

                Est: €7,000 - €8,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink on paper. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Estrany de la Mota. Provenance: Acquired from the heiress of the Estrany-de la Mota collection, Toni Estrany, owner of the Estrany-de la Mota gallery with more than 50 years of experience. Toni was Barceló's gallery owner for almost 10 years, and after concluding their collaboration, he maintained a friendship for many more years. Measurements: 35'5 x 50 cm; 54,5 x 69 cm (frame). In the early 1980s, Miquel Barceló felt the need to emigrate: New York, Paris, Vienna? The nomadic impulse, motivated by a "need for spiritual nourishment", in his own words, would take him in 1982 to the capital of what had been the Austro-Hungarian Empire and whose decadence had symbolized the beginning of the debacle of European culture. It is therefore significant that after his stay in Vienna, Barceló felt the need to leave his own culture and venture into Africa. The "Journey to Vienna Collection" is an artistic and vital document of the great Mallorcan genius. In it, a Barceló in his twenties narrates with a synthetic language close to graffiti lived experiences, fragmentary sensations, youthful yearnings, dreams and emotions. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca. In 1974 he made his individual debut, at the age of seventeen, at the Picarol Gallery in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovers the "art brut", a style that will exert an important influence on his first works. In 1976 he holds his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. In 1977 he makes a second trip to Paris, and also visits London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona and meets Javier Mariscal, who will become one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany he participates, as a member of the magazine "Neón de Suro", in exhibitions in Canada and California. His international recognition began in the early eighties, when he participated in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognized through the most outstanding awards, such as the Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes (2003) or the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

                Setdart Auction House
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink and graphite on paper. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Estrany de la Mota.
                Mar. 05, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink and graphite on paper. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Estrany de la Mota.

                Est: €7,000 - €8,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink and graphite on paper. Attached certificate of authenticity issued by Estrany de la Mota. Provenance: Acquired from the heiress of the Estrany-de la Mota collection, Toni Estrany, owner of the Estrany-de la Mota gallery with more than 50 years of experience. Toni was Barceló's gallery owner for almost 10 years, and after concluding their collaboration, he maintained a friendship for many more years. Measurements: 35'5 x 50 cm; 54,5 x 69 cm (frame). In the early 1980s, Miquel Barceló felt the need to emigrate: New York, Paris, Vienna? The nomadic impulse, motivated by a "need for spiritual nourishment", in his own words, would take him in 1982 to the capital of what had been the Austro-Hungarian Empire and whose decadence had symbolized the beginning of the debacle of European culture. It is therefore significant that after his stay in Vienna, Barceló felt the need to leave his own culture and venture into Africa. The "Journey to Vienna Collection" is an artistic and vital document of the great Mallorcan genius. In it, a Barceló in his twenties narrates with a synthetic language close to graffiti lived experiences, fragmentary sensations, youthful yearnings, dreams and emotions. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca. In 1974 he made his individual debut, at the age of seventeen, at the Picarol Gallery in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovers the "art brut", a style that will exert an important influence on his first works. In 1976 he holds his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. In 1977 he makes a second trip to Paris, and also visits London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona and meets Javier Mariscal, who will become one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany he participates, as a member of the magazine "Neón de Suro", in exhibitions in Canada and California. His international recognition began in the early eighties, when he participated in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognized through the most outstanding awards, such as the Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes (2003) or the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

                Setdart Auction House
              • Miquel BARCELO - Vanité au trois crânes
                Feb. 15, 2024

                Miquel BARCELO - Vanité au trois crânes

                Est: CHF250 - CHF300

                This description has been translated automatically: Miquel BARCELO (1957-) Vanity with three skulls, 2005 Original engraving and aquatint Unsigned On ivory vellum 50 x 65 cm Proof authenticated by the dry stamp of the Louvre chalcography Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Miquel BARCELO (1957-) Vanité au trois crânes, 2005 Gravure originale et aquatinte Non signée Sur vélin ivoire 50 x 65 cm Epreuve authentifiée par le cachet sec de la chalcographie du Louvre Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

                TGP Auction
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ (1957). Collection "JOURNEY TO VIENNA", 1982.
                Feb. 15, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ (1957). Collection "JOURNEY TO VIENNA", 1982.

                Est: €7,000 - €16,000

                Including a certificate of authenticity issued by Estrany-de la Mota Gallery. Provenance: Estrany-de la Mota Gallery 36 x 50 cm; 54.5 x 69.5 cm (frame).

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ (1957). Collection "JOURNEY TO VIENNA", 1982.
                Feb. 15, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ (1957). Collection "JOURNEY TO VIENNA", 1982.

                Est: €7,000 - €16,000

                Including a certificate of authenticity issued by Estrany-de la Mota Gallery. Provenance: Estrany-de la Mota Gallery 36 x 50 cm; 54.5 x 69.5 cm (frame).

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Untitled
                Feb. 06, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Untitled

                Est: -

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Untitled. 1984 Lithograph on Arches paper Signed in pencil EA (épreuve d'artiste); from an edition of 50 copies Measurements 54 x 76.5 cm Edita y Estampa Bransen, Paris 1984 BIBLIOGRAPHY Antoni Marí & Miquel Barceló, "Miquel Barcelo. Paintings 1984", Ed. Juana de Aizpuru Gallery, Madrid 1984. Page 36

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink and graphite on paper. Certificate of authenticity attached.
                Jan. 30, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink and graphite on paper. Certificate of authenticity attached.

                Est: €8,000 - €9,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Certificate of authenticity attached. Measurements: 35'5 x 50,5 cm. At the beginning of the decade of 1980, Miquel Barceló felt the need to emigrate: New York, Paris, Vienna? The nomadic impulse, motivated by a "need for spiritual nourishment", according to his own words, would take him in 1982 to the capital of what had been the Austro-Hungarian Empire and whose decadence had symbolized the beginning of the debacle of European culture. It is therefore significant that after his stay in Vienna, Barceló felt the need to leave his own culture and venture into Africa. The "Journey to Vienna Collection" is an artistic and vital document of the great Mallorcan genius. In it, a Barceló in his twenties narrates with a synthetic language close to graffiti lived experiences, fragmentary sensations, youthful yearnings, dreams and emotions. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca. In 1974 he made his individual debut, at the age of seventeen, at the Picarol Gallery in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovers the "art brut", a style that will exert an important influence on his first works. In 1976 he holds his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. In 1977 he makes a second trip to Paris, and also visits London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona and meets Javier Mariscal, who will become one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany he participates, as a member of the magazine "Neón de Suro", in exhibitions in Canada and California. His international recognition began in the early eighties, when he participated in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognized through the most outstanding awards, such as the Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes (2003) or the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

                Setdart Auction House
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink and graphite on paper. Certificate of authenticity attached.
                Jan. 30, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink and graphite on paper. Certificate of authenticity attached.

                Est: €8,000 - €9,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Collection trip to Vienna", 1982. Ink and graphite on paper. Measurements: 35'5 x 50,5 cm. At the beginning of the decade of 1980, Miquel Barceló felt the need to emigrate: New York, Paris, Vienna? The nomadic impulse, motivated by a "need for spiritual nourishment", in his own words, would take him in 1982 to the capital of what had been the Austro-Hungarian Empire and whose decadence had symbolized the beginning of the debacle of European culture. It is therefore significant that after his stay in Vienna, Barceló felt the need to leave his own culture and venture into Africa. The "Journey to Vienna Collection" is an artistic and vital document of the great Mallorcan genius. In it, a Barceló in his twenties narrates with a synthetic language close to graffiti lived experiences, fragmentary sensations, youthful yearnings, dreams and emotions. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca. In 1974 he made his individual debut, at the age of seventeen, at the Picarol Gallery in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovers the "art brut", a style that will exert an important influence on his first works. In 1976 he holds his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. In 1977 he makes a second trip to Paris, and also visits London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona and meets Javier Mariscal, who will become one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany he participates, as a member of the magazine "Neón de Suro", in exhibitions in Canada and California. His international recognition began in the early eighties, when he participated in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognized through the most outstanding awards, such as the Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes (2003) or the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

                Setdart Auction House
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). Untitled, 1978. Watercolor on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Certificate of authenticity attached.
                Jan. 30, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). Untitled, 1978. Watercolor on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Certificate of authenticity attached.

                Est: €7,000 - €9,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). Untitled, 1978. Watercolor on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Certificate of authenticity attached. Measurements: 26 x 65,5 cm. This watercolor, dated 1978, whose subtle chromatic shifts evoke the rainbow, belongs to an early period in Barceló's production. Despite his youth, he was already beginning to stand out among the painters of his generation. He was then living between Mallorca and Barcelona, and his contact with Catalan informalism (Tàpies, Tharrats, Cuixart) would clearly influence him, leading him to experiment with abstraction and material density, while at the same time he began to investigate the effects of entropy on the pictorial surface. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca. In 1974 he made his individual debut, at the age of seventeen, at the Picarol Gallery in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovers the "art brut", a style that will exert an important influence on his first works. In 1976 he holds his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. In 1977 he makes a second trip to Paris, and also visits London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona and meets Javier Mariscal, who will become one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany he participates, as a member of the magazine "Neón de Suro", in exhibitions in Canada and California. His international recognition began in the early eighties, when he participated in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognized through the most outstanding awards, such as the Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes (2003) or the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). Untitled, 1979. Watercolor on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Certificate of authenticity attached.
                Jan. 30, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). Untitled, 1979. Watercolor on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Certificate of authenticity attached.

                Est: €7,000 - €9,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). Untitled, 1979. Watercolor on paper. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Certificate of authenticity attached. Measurements: 25 x 19 cm. This watercolor, dated 1979, belongs to an early period in Barceló's production. In spite of his youth, he was already beginning to stand out among the painters of his generation. He was then living between Mallorca and Barcelona, and his contact with Catalan Informalism (Tàpies, Tharrats, Cuixart) would clearly influence him, leading him to experiment with abstraction and material density, at the same time as he began to investigate the effects of entropy on the pictorial surface. In this particular watercolor, he seems to engage in a veiled dialogue with the metaphysical cadence of Rothko's painting. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca. In 1974 he made his individual debut, at the age of seventeen, at the Picarol Gallery in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovers the "art brut", a style that will exert an important influence on his first works. In 1976 he holds his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. In 1977 he makes a second trip to Paris, and also visits London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona and meets Javier Mariscal, who will become one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany he participates, as a member of the magazine "Neón de Suro", in exhibitions in Canada and California. His international recognition began in the early eighties, when he participated in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognized through the most outstanding awards, such as the Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes (2003) or the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

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              • Miquel Barcelo. three whims
                Jan. 24, 2024

                Miquel Barcelo. three whims

                Est: -

                Etching on Aquari paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (HC - Hors Commerce) in the lower left corner. Edition of 30 copies. Edition F. B / Tristan Barbara.

                Duran Arte y Subastas
              • MIQUEL BARCELo Felanitx, Mallorca (1957) “Jo et moi”
                Jan. 23, 2024

                MIQUEL BARCELo Felanitx, Mallorca (1957) “Jo et moi”

                Est: €33,000 - €44,000

                “Jo et moi”, 2018 Mixed media and collage on paper Signed and dated in pencil on the bottom. Work painted on front and back Attached is a certificate of authenticity from the Bruno Bischofberger Ag gallery, Switzerland Origin: -Private collection, Madrid -Elvira Gonzalez Gallery, Madrid Bibliography: -Exhibition "Vida de pulpo" Elvira Gonzalez Gallery, Madrid January 19 to March 30, 2019, cat. illus.nº18 Measurements: 42 x 51.5 cm

                Ansorena
              • MIQUEL BARCELO Felanitx, Mallorca (1957) "Untitled", 1991
                Dec. 19, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELO Felanitx, Mallorca (1957) "Untitled", 1991

                Est: €36,000 - €48,000

                Inks on paper Signed and dated 7.1.91 in pencil at the bottom. On the back label from the Salvador Riera Gallery Attached is a certificate of authenticity from the Bruno Bischofberger Gallery, signed by Tobias Mueller and dated 06/24/2008 Measurements: 50 x 65 cm

                Ansorena
              • Miquel Barceló (born in 1957) Paella, 1985
                Dec. 13, 2023

                Miquel Barceló (born in 1957) Paella, 1985

                Est: €80,000 - €120,000

                Miquel Barceló (born in 1957) Paella, 1985 Mixed media on canvas Signed, dated, titled and located on the back 98 x 112 cm Provenance : - Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris - Purchased from the latter by the current owner - Private collection, Paris Exhibition : Villeneuve d'Ascq, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Communauté urbaine de Lille, "Yvon Lambert Collectionne", 18 January - 20 April 1992 Our thanks to the Miquel Barcelo studio for the information they kindly provided on this work. Miquel Barceló (né en 1957) Paella, 1985 Technique mixte sur toile Signée, datée, titrée et située au dos 98 x 112 cm Provenance : - Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris - Acquis auprès de cette dernière par l'actuel propriétaire - Collection particulière, Paris Exposition : Villeneuve d'Ascq, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Communauté urbaine de Lille, "Yvon Lambert Collectionne", 18 janvier - 20 avril 1992 Nous remercions le Studio Miquel Barceló pour les informations qu'ils nous ont aimablement communiquées sur cette oeuvre.

                Piasa
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Cyran Bar. 1982 Lithograph on Arches paper (diptych
                Dec. 12, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Cyran Bar. 1982 Lithograph on Arches paper (diptych

                Est: -

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Cyran Bar. 1982 Lithograph on Arches paper (diptych) Signed in pencil Numbered 31/100 Measurements 92.5 x 69 cm ORIGIN Juana de Aizpuru Gallery, Madrid Private collection

                Subastas Segre
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Untitled. 1984 Lithograph on Arches paper Sign
                Dec. 12, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Untitled. 1984 Lithograph on Arches paper Sign

                Est: -

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Untitled. 1984 Lithograph on Arches paper Signed in pencil Numbered 30/50 Measurements 54 x 76.5 cm Bransen print, Paris 1984 ORIGIN Gallery Soledad Lorenzo, Madrid Private collection

                Subastas Segre
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Insalata", 1998. Oil and acrylic on Fabriano paper (with dry stamp). With traces on the paper made by the artist. Signed and dated "IX-98".
                Dec. 12, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Insalata", 1998. Oil and acrylic on Fabriano paper (with dry stamp). With traces on the paper made by the artist. Signed and dated "IX-98".

                Est: €26,000 - €28,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIGUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Insalata", 1998. Oil and acrylic on Fabriano paper (with dry stamp). With traces on the paper made by the artist. Signed and dated "IX-98". Label on the back of Bruno Bichofberger Gallery, Zurich. Sizes: 100 x 70 cm; 123 x 93 cm (frame). At the International Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland, the Bruno Bischofberger Gallery exhibited on its stand a monographic exhibition by Miquel Barceló with a series of paintings dedicated to flowers. Barceló began working exclusively with this gallery in 1984. Only a year after meeting Bruno Bischofberger in Naples. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca, where he studied between 1972 and 1973. In 1974, at the age of seventeen, he made his individual debut at the Galería Picarol in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School of Fine Arts, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovered the work of Paul Klee, Fautrier, Wols and Dubuffet, as well as "art brut", a style that was to exert an important influence on his first paintings. During these years he reads extensively, and is enriched by works as diverse as the writings of Breton and the surrealists, Lucio Fontana's "White Manifesto" and Arnold Hauser's "Social History of Literature and Art". In 1976 he held his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. That same year, back in Mallorca, he joined the Taller Lunàtic group and took part in its social, political and cultural protest actions. In 1977 he made a second trip to Paris, and also visited London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona, and meets Javier Mariscal, who becomes one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany, as a member of the group "Neón de Suro", he takes part in exhibitions in Canada and California, and collaborates with the publication of the magazine of the same name. It was also in 1977 that he received his first large-scale painting commission: a mural for the dining room of a hotel in Cala Millor, Mallorca. The following year, at the age of twenty-one, he sold his first works to some collectors and galleries, and finally moved to Barcelona. His international recognition began in the early eighties, giving a definitive boost to his career with his participation in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognised by the most important awards, such as the Prince of Asturias Prize for the Arts (2003) and the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIQUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Figues negres", 1997. Ceramic. Unique piece. Signed and dated on the base. Provenance: Swiss gallery Bruno Bischofberger.
                Dec. 12, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIQUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Figues negres", 1997. Ceramic. Unique piece. Signed and dated on the base. Provenance: Swiss gallery Bruno Bischofberger.

                Est: €20,000 - €25,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIQUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Figues negres", 1997. Ceramic. Unique piece. Signed and dated on the base. Provenance: Swiss gallery Bruno Bischofberger. Measurements: 25 x 23 x 23 cm. There is a line of continuity between Miquel Barceló's work in painting and ceramics, as the Majorcan artist submits both to the same process of material transmutation. This is beautifully expressed in "Figues negres", where the globular smoothness of the piece alternates with the rough protuberances that emulate black figs. Ceramic has been of great interest to Barceló because, as he himself states, it captures defects and imperfections better than any other. The underlying theme remains painting in relation to the earth, the clay, the organic: "clay becomes paint and thus flesh again". Painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca, where he studied between 1972 and 1973. In 1974 he made his individual debut, at the age of seventeen, at the Picarol Gallery in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School of Fine Arts, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovers the work of Paul Klee, Fautrier, Wols and Dubuffet, as well as the "art brut", a style that will exert an important influence on his first paintings. During these years he reads extensively, and enriches himself with works as diverse as the writings of Breton and the surrealists, the "White Manifesto" by Lucio Fontana or the "Social History of Literature and Art" by Arnold Hauser. In 1976 he holds his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. That same year, back in Mallorca, he joined the Taller Lunàtic group and took part in its social, political and cultural events. In 1977 he makes a second trip to Paris, and also visits London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona, and meets Javier Mariscal, who will become one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany he participates, as a member of the group "Neón de Suro", in exhibitions in Canada and California, and collaborates with the publication of the magazine of the same name. It was also in 1977 when he received his first large-format pictorial commission: a mural for the dining room of a hotel in Cala Millor, Mallorca. The following year, at the age of twenty-one, he sells his first works to some collectors and galleries, and finally moves to Barcelona. His international recognition began in the early eighties, giving a definitive boost to his career after his participation in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognized through the most outstanding awards, such as the Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Artes (2003) or the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÒ, RACCOLTA DI POLVERE
                Dec. 12, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÒ, RACCOLTA DI POLVERE

                Est: €150 - €250

                MIQUEL BARCELÒ (1957) Raccolta di polvere 2001 Catalogue realized on the occasion of the solo show at Galleria Paolo Curti & Co., March 12th - April 30th, 2002, comprising 14 applied reproductions, ed. 210/300, Galleria Paolo Curti & Co. editions, Milan Numbered inside PROVENANCE: Private collection, Milan

                Art-Rite
              • Miquel BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Autoportrait avec barbe - 1994 Technique mixte sur papier fort
                Dec. 06, 2023

                Miquel BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Autoportrait avec barbe - 1994 Technique mixte sur papier fort

                Est: €18,000 - €25,000

                Miquel BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Autoportrait avec barbe - 1994 Technique mixte sur papier fort Signé en bas à droite "Barceló", daté en bas à gauche "17-XII-94" h: 65 w: 50 cm Provenance : Don de l'artiste à l'actuel propriétaire Commentaire : L'authenticité de cette œuvre a été confirmée par l'Atelier Miquel Barceló.  Mixed media on strong paper; signed lower right, dated lower left Estimation 18 000 - 25 000 €

                Artcurial
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Sans titre Gravure originale en technique mixte (eau-forte, collage, graines et vernis mou) sur japon appliqué sur vélin de BFK Rives et présentant au verso une autre compositionSignée et ...
                Dec. 05, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Sans titre Gravure originale en technique mixte (eau-forte, collage, graines et vernis mou) sur japon appliqué sur vélin de BFK Rives et présentant au verso une autre compositionSignée et ...

                Est: €1,200 - €1,800

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Sans titre Gravure originale en technique mixte (eau-forte, collage, graines et vernis mou) sur japon appliqué sur vélin de BFK Rives et présentant au verso une autre composition Signée et annotée 'HC IV/X' sur les deux cotés Editée pour les exemplaires de tête du 'Cahier Modiano' Edition de l'Herne, Paris 39,7 x 49,3 cm Two sided engraving on Japan wove paper, signed and justified 'HC IV/X' on both sides

                Bonhams
              • Miquel BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Gran Cuina - 1984 Eau-forte, aquatinte et pointe-sèche en couleurs
                Nov. 28, 2023

                Miquel BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Gran Cuina - 1984 Eau-forte, aquatinte et pointe-sèche en couleurs

                Est: €4,000 - €6,000

                Miquel BARCELÓ (Né en 1957) Gran Cuina - 1984 Eau-forte, aquatinte et pointe-sèche en couleurs Signée et numérotée "5/34" 80 x 121 cm - encadrée Etching, aquatint and drypoint in colors 31.49 x 47.24 in. framed Estimation 4 000 - 6 000 €

                Artcurial
              • Miquel Barceló, 1957, L'abbraccio
                Nov. 27, 2023

                Miquel Barceló, 1957, L'abbraccio

                Est: CHF40,000 - CHF60,000

                Signed lower right: M. Barceló. Dated lower left: IX.82. (Frame).

                Germann Auction House Ltd
              • Miquel BARCELO
                Nov. 07, 2023

                Miquel BARCELO

                Est: CHF180 - CHF360

                Miquel BARCELO (1957-) Vanité au trois crânes, 2005 Gravure originale et aquatinte Non signée Sur vélin ivoire 50 x 65 cm Epreuve authentifiée par le cachet sec de la chalcographie du Louvre Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée. This description has been translated automatically : Miquel BARCELO (1957-) Vanity with three skulls, 2005 Original engraving and aquatint Unsigned On ivory vellum 50 x 65 cm Proof authenticated by the dry stamp of the Louvre chalcography Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand

                TGP Auction
              • Miquel Barcelo - Paysage Avec Sept Fruits - 1989 Offset Lithograph 22.25" x 33.5"
                Nov. 07, 2023

                Miquel Barcelo - Paysage Avec Sept Fruits - 1989 Offset Lithograph 22.25" x 33.5"

                Est: $50 - $75

                "Paysage Avec Sept Fruits" by Miquel Barcelo, 1989 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 22.25 x 33.5 inches, with an image size of 22.25 x 33.5 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an edition size of 300 and is not framed. The condition was rated A: Mint. Additional details: First edition exhibition poster from Leo Castelli's Gallery dated November 18th-December 21st, 1989. Design by Smatt Florence Inc.

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              • Miquel Barcelo (b.1957), Fevrier-Mars 1987, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, Colour Offset Lithograph, pub. Perolle Imp, Paris, Original Exhibition Poster
                Oct. 30, 2023

                Miquel Barcelo (b.1957), Fevrier-Mars 1987, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, Colour Offset Lithograph, pub. Perolle Imp, Paris, Original Exhibition Poster

                Est: $120 - $140

                Miquel Barcelo (b.1957), Fevrier-Mars 1987, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, Colour Offset Lithograph, pub. Perolle Imp, Paris, Original Exhibition Poster, good condition, slight foxing to reverse, not framed

                Theodore Bruce
              • Miquel Barcelo (b.1957), Fevrier-Mars 1987, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, Colour Offset Lithograph, Paris, pub. Perolle Imp, Paris, Original Exhibition Poster
                Oct. 30, 2023

                Miquel Barcelo (b.1957), Fevrier-Mars 1987, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, Colour Offset Lithograph, Paris, pub. Perolle Imp, Paris, Original Exhibition Poster

                Est: $120 - $140

                Miquel Barcelo (b.1957), Fevrier-Mars 1987, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, Colour Offset Lithograph, Paris, pub. Perolle Imp, Paris, Original Exhibition Poster, good condition, slight foxing to reverse, not framed

                Theodore Bruce
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Kitchen
                Oct. 24, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Kitchen

                Est: -

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Kitchen. 1987 Oil and watercolor on paper Signed and dated 1987 Measurements 35.5 x 43 cm ORIGIN Leandro Navarro Gallery, Madrid Private collection

                Subastas Segre
              • Miquel Barceló. Trip to Vienna Collection (1982)
                Sep. 28, 2023

                Miquel Barceló. Trip to Vienna Collection (1982)

                Est: -

                Ink and graphite on paper. Provenance: - Private collection. The work attaches a certificate of authenticity issued by the Estrany-de la Mota Gallery.

                Duran Arte y Subastas
              • Miquel Barceló. Trip to Vienna Collection (1982)
                Sep. 28, 2023

                Miquel Barceló. Trip to Vienna Collection (1982)

                Est: -

                Ink and graphite on paper. Provenance: - Private collection. The work attaches a certificate of authenticity issued by the Estrany-de la Mota Gallery.

                Duran Arte y Subastas
              • Miquel Barcelo. three whims
                Sep. 27, 2023

                Miquel Barcelo. three whims

                Est: -

                Etching on Aquari paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (HC - Hors Commerce) in the lower left corner. Edition of 30 copies. Edition F.B / Tristan Barbara.

                Duran Arte y Subastas
              • Miquel Barcelo. three whims
                Sep. 27, 2023

                Miquel Barcelo. three whims

                Est: -

                Etching on Aquari paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (HC - Hors Commerce) in the lower left corner. Edition of 30 copies. Edition F.B / Tristan Barbara.

                Duran Arte y Subastas
              • Miquel Barcelo. three whims
                Sep. 27, 2023

                Miquel Barcelo. three whims

                Est: -

                Etching on Aquari paper. Signed in the lower right corner. Numbered (HC - Hors Commerce) in the lower left corner. Edition of 30 copies. Edition F.B / Tristan Barbara.

                Duran Arte y Subastas
              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIQUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Sea and octopus", 1980. Watercolor and pencils on paper. Signed, dated and titled in pencil in the lower margin.
                Sep. 26, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIQUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Sea and octopus", 1980. Watercolor and pencils on paper. Signed, dated and titled in pencil in the lower margin.

                Est: €12,000 - €14,000

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ ARTIQUES (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1957). "Mar i pop", 1980. Watercolour and pencil on paper. Signed, dated and titled in pencil in the lower margin. Measurements: 29 x 36 cm; 69 x 75 cm (frame). Considered one of the most sought-after Spanish artists of all time, Miquel Barceló feels a special attraction for the iconography of the animal world and, more specifically, for "the romantic and desolate relationship of man with the sea and its nature". For Barceló, the prehistoric world, with its animal representation, takes man back to his origins. Animals, according to the artist, are perfect beings, from the moment they are born to the moment they die. A painter and sculptor, Barceló began his training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma de Mallorca, where he studied between 1972 and 1973. In 1974, at the age of seventeen, he made his solo debut at the Galería Picarol in Mallorca. That same year he moved to Barcelona, where he enrolled at the Sant Jordi School of Fine Arts, and made his first trip to Paris. In the French capital he discovered the work of Paul Klee, Fautrier, Wols and Dubuffet, as well as "art brut", a style that was to exert an important influence on his first paintings. During these years he reads extensively, and is enriched by works as diverse as the writings of Breton and the surrealists, Lucio Fontana's "White Manifesto" and Arnold Hauser's "Social History of Literature and Art". In 1976 he held his first solo exhibition in a museum: "Cadaverina 15" at the Museum of Mallorca, consisting of a montage of 225 wooden boxes with glass lids, with decomposing organic materials inside. That same year, back in Mallorca, he joined the Taller Lunàtic group and took part in its social, political and cultural protest actions. In 1977 he made a second trip to Paris, and also visited London and Amsterdam. That same year he exhibits for the first time in Barcelona, and meets Javier Mariscal, who becomes one of his best friends in the city. Together with him and the photographer Antoni Catany, as a member of the group "Neón de Suro", he takes part in exhibitions in Canada and California, and collaborates with the publication of the magazine of the same name. It was also in 1977 that he received his first large-scale painting commission: a mural for the dining room of a hotel in Cala Millor, Mallorca. The following year, at the age of twenty-one, he sold his first works to some collectors and galleries, and finally moved to Barcelona. His international recognition began in the early eighties, giving a definitive boost to his career with his participation in the São Paulo Biennial (1981) and the Documenta in Kassel (1982). In 1986 he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, and since then his work has been recognised by the most important awards, such as the Prince of Asturias Prize for the Arts (2003) and the Sorolla Prize of the Hispanic Society of America in New York (2007). Barceló is currently represented in the most important contemporary art museums in the world, such as the MoMA in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the Marugami Hirai in Japan, the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, the CAPC in Bordeaux, the Carré d'Art in Nimes, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, among others.

                Setdart Auction House
              • Chaussures (Zapatos)
                Sep. 21, 2023

                Chaussures (Zapatos)

                Est: -

                Edición Limitada de 16 ejemplares. Firmada y numerada 12/16 a lápiz.

                Isbilya Subastas
              • 34 Miquel Barcelo 1987 Fifteen Holes Posters
                Sep. 19, 2023

                34 Miquel Barcelo 1987 Fifteen Holes Posters

                Est: $250 - $400

                This is a pack of 34 Offset Lithographs by Barcelo, titled "Fifteen Holes". The overall size of each Offset Lithograph measures 26.5 x 25.5 inches. The Offset Lithographs are Unsigned . The condition of the Offset Lithographs has been rated as follows: A: Mint Here are some additional details about the Barcelo: First edition exhibition poster from Leo Castelli's Gallery. Design by Smatt Florence Inc and photo by Dorothy Zeidman.. Again, this lot is for 34 of the SAME Offset Lithograph, NOT a mixed or assorted group.

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              • MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Barceló Magnum
                Sep. 19, 2023

                MIQUEL BARCELÓ - Barceló Magnum

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                MIQUEL BARCELÓ Mallorca 1957 Barceló Magnum. 2010 Barceló Magnum Wine from Bodega Matador, with a label that reproduces the work "Autoportrait arboriforme", numbered 113/1000 + Wooden box designed by the artist with 2 Pyrography, numbered 13/1000 Made by Telmo Rodríguez with grapes from 2 Rioja vineyards, Las Beatas and La Ermita, in the areas of Labastida and Lanziego. Aged for 19 months.

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