Until July 26, 2015 will be open to the Cloister of Bramante, a few steps from Piazza Navona, the exhibition “Marc Chagall. Love and Life” which exhibites more than 150 works of the painter jew of Russian origin.
The exhibition is entirely focused on the relationship between Chagall and his life companion, Bella Rosenfeld, who was for him an inexhaustible source of inspiration.
Chagall’s paintings are a reflection of his love life.
His paintings, drawings and prints are, in fact, a reflection of his personal experiences and cultural rights, such as the goat, allegory of hope and confidence, the hut, that recalls the celebration of the feast after the Exodus, the donkey, related at different times of the Bible, the violin player, a figure that is present in the major Jewish religious festivals.
Jewish culture and its symbols are always present in his paintings as well figures of lovers and of the beloved wife.
Where: Chiostro del Bramante, Rome
When: From March 16 to July 26, 2015
Opening hours: Every day from 8am to 8pm
Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 9pm
(Ticket office closes one hour earlier)
Tickets online: http://www.ticket.it/chagall
Cost of Ticket: Whole – 13 Euro, Reduced – 11 Euro, for over 65 years old and from 6 to 18 years old