The foundation is based in the former home and studio of Joan Miro supplemented by a modern gallery displaying the main collection of his work.His more famous works are elsewhere but there's enough of a selection here to get a flavour of his style and development as an artist. The other buildings on site are a modern studio that Miro had designed, which is an excellent representation of the way he worked, still filled with canvases and objects of inspiration, and an old farmhouse that he also used as a studio, including sketches on the walls. The cafe, with outdoor seating in a courtyard is good and it's well worth arranging your visit to coincide with a lunch stop. The Foundation is on the tourist sightseeing bus route, with a stop outside, but note that only alternate buses come this way so check before getting on. Otherwise bus 46 has a stop down the hill, with a bit of a hike to the Foundation
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