Discounted entry to 'Chagall, between war and peace'
21/02/2013 - 21/07/2013
Through his work, Chagall left a precious testimony of his time. He lived through the entire twentieth century, a revolution, two world wars and exile. He addressed these many experiences in his art via certain recurring key themes: his hometown, Jewish traditions, the Bible, the couple, the family and the circus. Through about a hundred works, this exhibition highlights the uniqueness with which Chagall presents war and peace.
Up to 21 July 2013 inclusive, get exhibition admission for €7.50 (instead of €11 full price) plus fast track entry on presentation of your train ticket to Paris or Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy (Disneyland ® Paris) purchased via SNCB Europe. Just go to the 'coupe-file' ticket desk for your discounted entry.
Marc Chagall, La danse (détail), 1950-1952, Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’Art moderne/ Centre de création industrielle, Paris, Dation en 1988, en dépôt au musée national Marc Chagall, Nice © ADAGP, Paris 2013 / CHAGALL® © RMN-Grand Palais / Gérard Blot
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