Curators take you on a new gallery tour each month, offering unique perspectives on all FWMoA exhibits. The tour is open to the first 20 registrants with RSVP.
Spanish surrealist painter Joan Miró made his first trip to the U.S. in 1947 after receiving a commission for a mural in the Gourmet Room at the very modern Terrace Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati. During his nine-month stay working in New York, he frequented Stanley William Hayter’s legendary printmaking workshop, known as Atelier 17, and created a small group of experimental intaglio prints. This exhibition focuses on a special moment in time: the extraordinary confluence of Miró, Hayter’s Atelier 17, and the mix of artists who congregated there.
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