Morandi. Infinite Resonance
By Charlotte Stace
Casa Milà, more popularly known as La Pedrera, invites you to its new exhibition "Morandi. Infinite Resonance". It takes a retrospective look at the work of the Italian painter and engraver Giorgio Morandi (Bologna, 1890-1964), one of the most significant artists of the first half of the 20th century.
An unclassifiable painter, but a major figure in the artistic panorama of the first half of the 20th century, the Italian painter and engraver Morandi can be considered a timeless artist. His work stands out for its great quality and high degree of refinement, with a totally personal language.
Although he cannot be framed in any of the great movements of contemporary art, his work tries to capture reality as faithfully as possible through light, colour and volumetric values, in a constant search for the essence of painting. This exhibition has been organised jointly with Fundación MAPFRE.