Arrives in Rome at the Chiostro del Bramante an exhibition dedicated to the Russian painter Marc Chagall, from 16 March to 26 July 2015, produced and organized by Dart – Chiostro del Bramante and Arthemisia Group.
More than 150 works – including paintings, drawings and prints – from the Israel Museum in Jerusalem tell the unique bond between the great painter and his wife Bella Rosenfeld, fundamental and constant source of inspiration, linking the life of Chagall directly in its work.
From the images of his childhood and youth in his native Vitebsk, to the illustrations for his autobiography My Life and the books written by Bella First Encounter and Burning Lights, the show runs through the life of Chagall through a treasure iconography and iconology returning in all his art to the more mature works.
Exposure MARC CHAGALL – LOVE AND LIFE revolves around the personal experiences of the artist and to the central themes of his poetry: the Jewish culture, whose symbols (the goat allegory of hope and confidence, the hut reminiscent of the celebration of the feast after the Exodus, the donkey tied to the various biblical moments, the fiddler figure represented in major Jewish religious holidays) are always present in his paintings; the influence of the French avant-garde that he was able to develop an original; the representation of the figures of lovers and beloved wife…
Every day from 10.00 to 20.00
Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 to 21.00
Last admission one hour before closing
Full price € 14,50 + € 1.50 agency fees
Reduced € 12.50 + € 1.50 agency fees