Our guide to

Chagall in the North West

Marc Chagall, Paris Through the Window (detail) © ADAGP Paris and DACS, London 2013

Marc Chagall was undeniably one of the 20th century’s greatest artists, a man who was as prolific as his 80-year career was long. This summer, two institutions open major Chagall exhibitions – Tate Liverpool and Manchester Jewish Museum – with both promising to shed light on the Russian artist. Better yet, a programme of tours, talks, family activities, workshops and even an international conference run alongside, allowing you to discover more about the Jewish heritage and modernist influences that shaped Chagall’s career. From Manchester Jewish Museum to Tate Liverpool, via MMU and Manchester Art Gallery, this is our guide to Chagall events in the North West. Enjoy.

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