On 23 June 1961, Joan Miró exhibited the Blue I, II, III triptych for the first time at the Galerie Maeght in Paris. 59 years later, the Centre Pompidou is celebrating the date by dedicating its first virtual reality exhibition to these three Blues, iconic works in the Musée National d'Art Moderne’s collection.
This virtual tour is free and available via smartphone, tablet or computer. It has been designed and produced in partnership with WAOLab, an agency specialising in the 3D digitisation of works, objects and spaces.
The scenography and scientific and mediation work for this virtual exhibition has been carried out with the same expertise and rigour as for a display hanging on the walls in the Centre Pompidou. As you travel through the virtual exhibition spaces, enhance your visit by browsing the new resources available to help you understand the origin and impact of the Blue I, II, III triptych in the history of modern and contemporary art and discover a new reading of it.
Plunge into the dreamlike world of the Blues and Miro’s artistic work and its openness to the infinite.
For an optimum experience, we recommend using a recent computer, tablet or smartphone (2018 or later) with a fast internet connection and an up-to-date browser. If you encounter problems, you may need to activate WebGL.
If you are using Safari on iOS, you may need to allow pop-ups in your settings first.
To discover the history of Les Bleus, click on one of the tables below to access the dedicated blog