Here’s how Marc Chagall’s stained glass windows found their way to a church in New York.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is making a bold statement to honor refugees.
Before the Soviets shaped their New Man, there was debate over just what he should look like.
American Jews, even Hasidim, have lost their connection to the East European Jewish folk art tradition.
The hometown in Belarus of the late artist Marc Chagall saw its first opening of a synagogue in over a century.
“The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk” is a visually surreal portrait of the Chagall’s relationship.
Perhaps the least-known stained glass windows that Marc Chagall ever created can be found in a surprising place — a church in New York. Here’s how they got there.
We all know what Marc Chagall’s art looks like. But a new play in London, “The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk,” explores the private life of the painter and his wife Bella beyond the canvas.
At the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., some of the biggest names of art are on display. But perhaps most interesting are the works by Chaim Soutine and Marc Chagall, some of which haven’t been seen in the States in decades.
Part docudrama, part fantasy, ‘Chagall-Malevich’ is an exhilarating paean to Marc Chagall, widely considered the greatest Jewish artist of the 20th Century.