MARC CHAGALL: ENGRAVED MAGIC, BETWEEN THE SACRED AND PROFANE
In a career spanning more than 70 years, Marc Chagall displayed remarkable skills as an engraver.
While his work in painting, pottery, sculpture and drawing, as well as engraving, often exhibits influences of the contemporary movements he encountered in France and Germany, Chagall’s subjects and decorative lyricism reveal his love of Russian folk art and his roots in Hasidic Judaism. With more than 400 works to draw from, this exhibition can include more than 100 plates illustrating both The Bible and The Fables of La Fontaine.
• A selection of framed works, available in three sizes:
– Small: 100 works
– Medium: 150 works
– Large: 400 works
• Text panels and captions (digital files)
• Retail/merchandise program
Variable, based on the number of works selected / 100-800 linear feet
Shipping international: airfreight for 10-40 crates (varies on the number of works)
Shipping domestic: 1 truck
Installation: approx. 3-5 working days
Deinstallation: approx. 3-4 working days
Organized with NSPRD