This exhibition, curated by Lola Durán, presents a careful selection of more than 150 works by Marc Chagall (Belarus, 1887 - France, 1985) that exhaustively cover his entire artistic career. At least 25 of these pieces have never before been exhibited in Spain.
"Marc Chagall. The Color of Dreams" addresses different key aspects that preoccupied the artist. Sections are devoted to the Russian and Jewish rites and traditions that influenced his childhood, as well as his deep spirituality, which gave rise to creations of great intensity, highlighting his works related to the Bible and the Exodus. His link to literature, which played a fundamental role in his life, will also be explored, as well as his relationship with writers and publishers, and his work as an illustrator of texts. Chagall's fascination with the circus and his passionate connection to Paris, the city that welcomed him, will have their own space in the exhibition. And, of course, the theme of love, which for Chagall was the feeling that gave meaning to both his life and his art, will be addressed.