Chagall and the Bible
The design for the exhibition “Chagall and the Bible. Unreleased works at the Diocesan Museum” develops along the central nave on the first floor of a wing of Sant'Eustorgio cloister, occupied by the Diocesan Museum of Milan.
The space is a sort of perspective telescope 45mt long, 4.5mt wide and 7mt high, concluded by a sequence of groin vaults and illuminated by large oculi.
The central theme of the exhibition is a collection of 22 unreleased preparatory gouaches representing biblical episodes, dating back to the 30s and followed by hand-colored engravings and sculptures realized more than 20 years later. [...]
Diocesan Museum, Milan
Sept. 17th 2014 - Feb. 1st 2015