The exhibition (Joan Miró – Alles ist Poesie)  primarily shows graphics from the artist’s late work. The works of the artist illustrate the artistic and technical diversity of the artist, who saw himself as a “peintre-poète” (painter-poet). Joan Miró (1893-1983), along with his contemporaries Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, Salvador Dalí and André Masson, is one of the well-known representatives of Surrealism. His aesthetic, which is determined by abstraction, is characterized by symbolic forms and clear colors and possesses a high recognition value in its characteristic and very own pictorial language.