An installation in the Romanesque rooms of the Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya reveals how the art of that period influenced the work of Antoni Tàpies (1923-2012).
Works from Tàpies' private collection are displayed in the rooms along with statements by the artist and his contemporaries.
Tàpies was a painter, sculptor and art theorist who was the best known post-war Catalan artist. In 1948 he became a co-founder of Dau al Set, Spain's first post-war art movement which was connected to the Surrealist and Dadaist movements. Within a decade his international reputation was firmly established.
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