Infinite Sequence is an exhibition at the Joan Miro Foundation on Montjuic dedicated to the work of conceptual artist Ignasi Aballí.

Following his being awarded the Joan Miró Prize last year, a selection of Aballí’s pieces are on display until October, offering the chance visitors to discover some of the key aspects of his work.


This exhibition starts with Aballí’s pieces dealing with temporality, followed by a room dedicated to his work on colour, then a room dedicated to the topics of absence and invisibility and finally it concludes with a projection room featuring his video work on processes of semantic slippage.

The organisation of this exhibition follows a strict retrospective format with work ranging from the 1990s up until the present day. There will also be a number of new and exclusive productions to enjoy.

Jul 1, 2016 to Oct 2, 2016

Fundació Joan Miró Parc de Montjuïc s/n, 08038 Barcelon