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"I do not want them some day to build one of those horrendous skyscrapers which I see all around me... I am tormented by the idea that some day a gang of workmen could carry away the walls and the Son Boter drawings would be lost for ever more..."
-Joan Miró

About us

This website was designed to provide the basic information necessary to, on one hand, get to know the activities of the Successió Miró, and on the other simplify the process of applying for permission to rent or reproduce a work by Joan Miró.

Successió Miró is an entity formed by the heirs to the estate of Joan Miró which administrates the rights of the artist's works.

The heirs are the exclusive holders of these rights until 2063, in accordance with the Spanish intellectual property laws (intellectual property law of 1987). Since these heirs are the sole copyright holders of the works of the artist, they are in charge of preventing any imitation, fragmentation or any other fraudulent use.

Successió Miró is governed directly by the laws of Spain. The French organization ADAGP is responsible for the handling of the rights in all other countries outside of Spain.

fundacioThe origins of Joan Miró’s universe can be found in this property of the Baix Camp of Tarragona. The Fundació Mas Miró intends to rehabilitate the house and atelier of the artist, as well as the fields that surround it. There is currently no fixed date for the opening to the public. fundacio The Joan Miró Foundation opened to the public on 10 June 1975. It had its origins in Miró's first large exhibition in Barcelona, in 1968, at the Antic Hospital de la Santa Creu. fundacio The Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca Foundation was formed in 1981, the year in which Joan Miró and his wife Pilar Juncosa donated the four workshops in which the artist had carried out his creative work from 1956.