Although not particularly a lover of Miro, I felt I needed to educate myself a little more about this icon of modern art and to try to understand more. I had the honour of being guided round by an expert from the Fundacio. It's not quite as representative as Barcelona, in that most of the works are actually the later ones, but interesting to see the development of his thoughts. I thought the signing to get there could have been much better- almost as though the tourist board want to keep it a secret ... as well they might, in some ways, as the views are stunning and the atmosphere of intimacy, in particular the beautiful old farmhouse of Son Boter further up the hill which he used as a studio, would have been ruined by too many visitors. I felt the trick was to try and imagine the amazing scenery in the 50s, when he was first there. He would have had the most beautiful uninterrupted views over the bay. It was quite thrilling to see much of what he was obviously still engaged with, simply left there. Very richly challenging.