Thanks to the cultural co-operation between Rome and Jerusalem a new exhibit will be soon opened in the heart of the Eternal City: “Marc Chagall. Love and life”.
From March 16 to July 26, 150 works of art by the Russian-born Jewish painter will be on display in the prestigious backdrop of Chiostro del Bramante, few steps away from Piazza Navona.
The exhibit is entirely focused on the strict linkage between Chagall and his life-companion, Bella Rosenfeld: she was to him a never-ending source of inspiration, which makes his paintings a mirror of his love life. Chagall’s paitings, drawings and prints are indeed a reflection of his personal experiences and cultural parameters, such as the Jewish one and all its symbols. Take the goat for instance, an allegory of hope and confidence; or the hut, reminiscent of the celebration of the feast after the Exodus; the donkey, tied to the different moments of the Bible; the fiddler figure who uses to attend the major Jewish religious holidays.
The exhibition will be open every day. From Monday to Friday 10am – 8 pm; Saturday and Sunday 10am – 9 pm (last admission: one hour before closing).
Don’t hesitate to ask our staff at Hotel Des Artistes to get more info on this top art exhibit!


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