The exhibition Miralda Three Projects (NYC-MIA-BCN) will present original works, records and documentary archives of The Last Ingredients (MIA), Apocalypsis Lamb (NY-BCN) and Santa Eulalia. 175 (BCN).

The Last Ingredients was a performance of a procession of vehicles and a public feast in Miami in 2016, which celebrated the opening of the Faena Forum Art Center of Rem Koolhaas. The Bedspread Apocalypsis Lamb was part of the Honeymoon project in which an imaginary wedding between the Statue of Liberty of NY and the Columbus Monument of Barcelona was held; In 1989 the Bedspread took part in the Columbus Day tour in New York City and in 1995 hundreds of people carried it to the MNAC where was raised and in which it remains as part of the permanent collection. Finally, Santa Eulalia. 175 consisted of a performance with a procession of 80 musicians and 150 banners, as well as a series of festive events on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of Santa Eulalia store in 2018.

Photos, drawings, videos, objects, collages, etc., will be shown as record material and this will allow the viewer to get an idea of the scope and complexity of each of these works with the public intervention of participatory and processional character and that characterizes the artist.