Miralda was born in Terrassa, Barcelona, where he grew up in an atmosphere of the textile industry. After serving the army, moved to Paris in 1962, when he began to create sculptural objects and drawings while he survived of his photography work for fashion magazines. His projects involved the audience of international art at Documenta VI, at the XVII Bienal de São Paulo, in his retrospective exhibition organized by Barcelonas’s Caixa and IVAM of Valencia, and at the Venice Biennale in 1990. His street events in New York, Kansas City, Las Vegas and Aspen, and his exhibitions in Houston, Philadelphia and Miami, among others, introduced the work of Miralda to the general public in North America. In addition to projects in the Biennials of Istanbul and Montreal, he designed the Food Pavilion at EXPO 2000 in Hannover in Germany. Currently, he is launching the Food Culture Museum and projects for the Internet, including recipes from grandma and virtual file’s.
Daniel Rangel | Curator