Jujol, Designer

17.5.2002 - 18.8.2002
Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC)

The exhibit shows Jujol’s originality in the field of design; he was one of Gaudí’s most outstanding and multifaceted collaborators, who worked intuitively and innovatively, fortuitously anticipating the avant-garde. Close to one hundred pieces have been gathered together, from furniture to metal elements, such as grates, sacrariums, and lamps, as well as embroideries and drawings.
One of the most interesting elements of the exhibit is the collection of furniture designed in 1911 for Pere Mañach, who was Picasso’s art dealer, where the artist’s imaginative fantasy reached one of its greatest heights.

Co-production: Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya and Fundació “la Caixa”

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