Artists have settled on the islands in all epochs. You can admire their legacy in the museums and foundations. The archaeological discoveries of the first settlers, the traces of Roman civilization or the coins and ceramic remnants that speak of the Moorish occupation will surprise you ... After the conquest by the Christians, religious art will tell you about the history, with churches, monasteries And cathedrals that will not leave you indifferent.
But the islands are also the territory of contemporary art. The islands have been visited by artists from all over the world who were inspired by their art. This is the case of Joan Miró, whose workshop you can visit in the Pilar y Joan Miró de Palma Foundation. In the museums of contemporary art, you will discover the artists all the avant-garde trends of the 20th century, and you will discover galleries with exhibitions by established authors of the national and international scene or enormously talented young and aspiring artists.
A creativity that you can experience intensely during the Nit de l'Art (Night of Art). This is the night in which galleries, museums, foundations and artists celebrate that art is more vibrant than never before.