Tate Liverpool exhibits work by Marc Chagall

Date Posted: 25/03/2013

An exhibition by the Russian artist Marc Chagall will be on display at Tate Liverpool from 8th June to 6th October.

Marc Chagall (1887-1985) is one of the best known and most loved artists of the last century.  Chagall: Modern Master is the first major exhibition of his work in the UK for over 15 years.

About the exhibition

Modern Masterbrings together more than 70 paintings and drawings from major institutions and private collections across the world.

The works will be presented in a broadly chronological order, with thematic groupings charting Chagall’s encounters with avant-garde artistic movements.

A major highlight of the exhibition will be seven large-scale murals designed by Chagall for the State Yiddish Chamber Theatre in Moscow in 1920, on loan from The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. 

There is a £10 admission charge for Chagall: Modern Master, but concessional rates for school groups are available.

For further school travel information visit www.tate.org.uk.

Pictured: Marc Chagall, Homage to Gogol, 1917 (Photo credit: ADAGP Paris and DACS, London 2013 )

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