Cultural journalist

(Palma, 1956). He is a cultural journalist, a profession he regards as a means of helping to disseminate the most innovative works of every genre and period, to condemn present-day political, social and economic problems and to explore the experience of our contemporary world through culture. 

He has worked for three decades at La Vanguardia, and writes for El País and Jot Down. Among other books, he is the author of the leading biography Joan Miró, el niño que hablaba con los árboles [Joan Miró, the Boy Who Spoke to the Trees] (Galaxia Gutenberg, 2018).

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