ACCESSIBLE SCULPTURES BY JOSEP MIÀS
Can Tarradas: C. Mn. Jacint Bergaguer, 7 / Espai Eat Art: Pl. Major, 33
Can Tarradas: From Monday to Friday 9 am - 8 pm
Espai Eat Art: Friday 5 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Sunday 10:30 am - 8:30 pm
After visiting the Pompidou Centre in Paris (2020) and the Barcelona Design Museum (2021), Josep Miàs’ sculptural models and the renowned MIAS Architects studio arrive in Banyoles with the exhibition “Accessible sculptures”. An exhibition that includes a whole series of architectural pieces, made on a small scale, which have lost their functionality and have become three-dimensional organic and geometric objects with an extraordinary poetic and abstract beauty. They consist of A3 scale conceptual models of different projects from his studio where the wire traces and builds the drawings that have previously been made with pencil on paper.
Organised by the Banyoles City Council and the Lluís Coromina Foundation, the exhibition is divided between the Can Tarradas municipal exhibition space and the Eat Art space. One of the most significant works of MIAS, the remodeling of the old quarter of Banyoles, can be seen in the Can Tarradas space. The project was awarded the International Stone Awards 2013, the Catalunya Construction Award 2009 and the Girona Counties Architecture Award 2007.
You can also see some of the most important sculptural models of MIAS Architects studio since its foundation in 2000, such as the Barceloneta Market project (Barcelona City Award 2007) and the Golf de Fontanals (AJAC Award). Various works by the well-known studio will also be on display at the Eat Art space.
Girona Provincial Council, MIAS Architects studio, Bonart Cultural, Demarcation of Girona of the College of Architects of Catalonia (COAC) and the company Vidresif.
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