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Chagall: The world upside down

From Wednesday, December 22, 2010 to Sunday, 27 March 2011 an extraordinary exhibition of works created between 1917 and 1982 by the great Chagall.

The exhibition includes a selection of 130 paintings and drawings from public and private collections, showing the world "upside down" by Chagall. The artist sets in motion a reversal of order classic, in his work challenging the laws of gravity and creating a strong affinity with the pictorial universe proposed by the Surrealists.


The exhibited works come from the Musée National d'Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou and the Musée national Marc Chagall in Nice.


Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9 to 19 - Admission allowed until 18 hours
Location: Ara Pacis Museum, Lungotevere in Augusta, 00186 Rome

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