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Chagall, en éditions limitées Les livres illustrés

Cultural, Exhibition in Nice
  • The exhibition looks back on this exceptional journey and, through focus, explores Marc Chagall's inventions in marrying text and image.

  • In 1922, during his stay in Berlin, Marc Chagall was introduced to printmaking techniques. The discovery of engraving and lithography opened up infinite possibilities for him to create and distribute his images. The field of books opened up to him in 1923, when the publisher Ambroise Vollard gave him his first commission to illustrate a great Russian text: Dead Souls, by Nicolas Gogol.

    The creation of books was to fascinate Marc Chagall who, at the end of a life punctuated by new...
    In 1922, during his stay in Berlin, Marc Chagall was introduced to printmaking techniques. The discovery of engraving and lithography opened up infinite possibilities for him to create and distribute his images. The field of books opened up to him in 1923, when the publisher Ambroise Vollard gave him his first commission to illustrate a great Russian text: Dead Souls, by Nicolas Gogol.

    The creation of books was to fascinate Marc Chagall who, at the end of a life punctuated by new projects, left a production of more than 114 works comprising original prints in limited editions.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • From May 7, 2022 to November 7, 2022
  • Adult
    From 8 € to 10 €
  • The entrance ticket includes access to the permanent collection and a multilingual audio guide.
Schedules
Schedules
  • From May 7, 2022 until January 9, 2023
    Opened Everyday
    * Opening hours Exhibition open every day except Tuesdays. From 2 May to 31 October: from 10 am to 6 pm From November 1st to April 30th: from 10am to 5pm
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