Antoni Miralda (born 1942) is a Spanish artist known for his pioneering works of food-based conceptual art. His work is characterized by playful use of materials and techniques, often incorporating found objects and everyday objects to create large-scale installations. His best-known works include the Barcelona-based project El Gran Banquete (The Big Banquet), which he created for the 1992 Olympic Games, and the large-scale installation sculpture El Longuet, created for the 1996 World Exposition. Miralda has also created artwork for public and private collections around the world, such as The Table of Barbarians, created for the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. In addition to his art practice, Miralda is also a writer, curator, and lecturer, having lectured at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Antoni Miralda, Spanish artist, food-based conceptual art, installations, El Gran Banquete, El Longuet, The Table of Barbarians, Guggenheim Museum, writer, curator, lecturer.
— Mei Wang
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