Marc Chagall Exhibition
This event has ended.
A Russian Jew, Chagall lived through the dramatic time of two major wars and the Russian Revolution. Contrary to the hardships he experienced, his works are filled with love and dreams. Known for his fantastical images of lovers and animals, and his harmonious usage of color, he is one of the most significant 20th century artists. This exhibition consists of works from collections around the world, ranging from his early works to those from later in his career. A total of 180 pieces include 24 oil paintings such as "Acrobat". The exhibition highlights Chagall's continuing theme of love.
Program for Children
"Guide & Quiz Card to Enjoy Chagall Exhibition"
During the exhibition period, a special brochure will be provided for junior high school students to enjoy the exhibition. For elementary school students, a quiz card to navigate through the exhibition will be provided.
"Telling a Story about Me and My Favorite Animals" Workshop
July 28th (Sat) 14:00-15:30 at 9th floor lecture hall
Recommended for 1st-2nd graders in elementary school and their parents.
For other related events and more details, please visit the museum website.
From 2007-06-16 To 2007-07-29
Closed on July 2nd