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Schagal

Marc Chagall (* Juni/ 6. Juli in Peskowatik bei Witebsk, Russisches Kaiserreich, heute Weißrussland; † März in Saint-Paul-de-Vence. Marc Chagall gilt als Poet unter den Künstlern der Moderne. In einer großen Ausstellung beleuchtet die SCHIRN eine bislang wenig bekannte Seite seines. Marc Chagall (born Moishe Shagal; 6 July [O.S. 24 June] – 28 March ) was a Russian-French artist of Belarusian Jewish origin.

Marc Chagall

Marc Chagall gilt als Poet unter den Künstlern der Moderne. In einer großen Ausstellung beleuchtet die SCHIRN eine bislang wenig bekannte Seite seines. Marc Chagall lebte fast hundert Jahre (). Auch in Mainz verewigte sich der berühmte Künstler mit seinem Werk, den blau leuchtenden Glasfenstern. redtebas.com unterstützt mit ChagALL Jugendliche mit Migrationshintergrund. Das Programm begleitet langfristig die Lernlaufbahn und fördert.

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Angaben zur Ausstellung "MARC CHAGALL. Marc Chagall war ein französisch-russischer Maler jüdischen Glaubens. Sein ursprünglicher russischer Name war Мойше Хацкелевич Шагал / Moische Chazkelewitsch Schagal. Das familiäre Umfeld, sein Heimatort Witebsk, Motive aus der Bibel sowie aus dem. Marc Chagall (* Juni/ 6. Juli in Peskowatik bei Witebsk, Russisches Kaiserreich, heute Weißrussland; † März in Saint-Paul-de-Vence. ChagALL steht für Chancengerechtigkeit durch Arbeit an der Lernlaufbahn. ChagALL bereitet jährlich bis zu 26 Jugendliche mit Migrationshintergrund auf. Marc Chagall ist einer der größten Meister des Jahrhunderts, der mit seinem Schaffen die Kunstwelt nachhaltig beeinflusste. Ein einzigartiger Mythenerzähler​.

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Tate Etc. Life transformed into the theatrical: Chagall at Tate Liverpool A forthcoming exhibition at Tate Liverpool focuses on how Marc Chagall combined the Jewish folkloric painterly roots of his native ….

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Pablo Picasso — Unfortunately, he was forced to stay indefinitely in Russia after the outbreak of the First World War prevented his return to France.

If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing. His witnessing of a worsening of persecution of the Jews during the war also led him to create a number of deeply religious paintings.

Eventually, in , Chagall returned to Paris, with his wife, Bella. Chagall travelled all over the world as his reputation of a painter and illustrator of high repute grew.

He created etchings for works including The Bible, Gogol's 'Dead Souls' and 'La Fontaine's Fables', later recognised as his finest illustrations.

He travelled throughout Europe, to Palestine and the Middle East, solidifying his personal view of himself as the archetypal Solitude.

The terrible events of the Second World War put Chagall in danger. In , Nazi officials purged German museums of works the Party considered to be degenerate.

In March of over one thousand paintings and almost four thousand watercolors and drawings of modern artists, including Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky , Paul Klee , Piet Mondrian , and Franz Marc, were burned in the courtyard of a fire station in Berlin.

As a high-profile Jew he was put on a list of artists whose lives were at risk from the Nazis, and, fortunately, in he escaped to America. Lewis, Chagall was considered to be "the last survivor of the first generation of European modernists".

For decades, he "had also been respected as the world's pre-eminent Jewish artist". Using the medium of stained glass , he produced windows for the cathedrals of Reims and Metz , windows for the UN and the Art Institute of Chicago and the Jerusalem Windows in Israel.

Before World War I, he travelled between Saint Petersburg , Paris , and Berlin. During this period he created his own mixture and style of modern art based on his idea of Eastern Europe and Jewish folk culture.

He spent the wartime years in Soviet Belarus , becoming one of the country's most distinguished artists and a member of the modernist avant-garde , founding the Vitebsk Arts College before leaving again for Paris in He had two basic reputations, writes Lewis: as a pioneer of modernism and as a major Jewish artist.

He experienced modernism's "golden age" in Paris, where "he synthesized the art forms of Cubism , Symbolism , and Fauvism , and the influence of Fauvism gave rise to Surrealism ".

Yet throughout these phases of his style "he remained most emphatically a Jewish artist, whose work was one long dreamy reverie of life in his native village of Vitebsk.

Marc Chagall was born Moishe Shagal in a Lithuanian Jewish Hassidic family in Liozna , [1] [9] near the city of Vitebsk Belarus , then part of the Russian Empire in Half of the population were Jewish.

As the city was built mostly of wood, little of it survived years of occupation and destruction during World War II. Chagall was the eldest of nine children.

The family name, Shagal, is a variant of the name Segal , which in a Jewish community was usually borne by a Levitic family. His father worked hard, carrying heavy barrels but earning only 20 roubles each month the average wages across the Russian Empire was 13 roubles a month.

Chagall would later include fish motifs "out of respect for his father", writes Chagall biographer, Jacob Baal-Teshuva.

Day after day, winter and summer, at six o'clock in the morning, my father got up and went off to the synagogue. There he said his usual prayer for some dead man or other.

On his return he made ready the samovar , drank some tea and went to work. Hellish work, the work of a galley-slave. Why try to hide it? How tell about it?

No word will ever ease my father's lot There was always plenty of butter and cheese on our table. Buttered bread, like an eternal symbol, was never out of my childish hands.

One of the main sources of income of the Jewish population of the town was from the manufacture of clothing that was sold throughout the Russian Empire.

They also made furniture and various agricultural tools. This caused the creation of Jewish market-villages shtetls throughout today's Eastern Europe, with their own markets, schools, hospitals, and other community institutions.

Chagall wrote as a boy; "I felt at every step that I was a Jew—people made me feel it". I feel panicky, especially in front of butchers' windows.

There you can see calves that are still alive lying beside the butchers' hatchets and knives".

My death would be futile. I so wanted to live". Get along! Most of what is known about Chagall's early life has come from his autobiography, My Life.

In it, he described the major influence that the culture of Hasidic Judaism had on his life as an artist.

Chagall related how he realised that the Jewish traditions in which he had grown up were fast disappearing and that he needed to document them.

Vitebsk itself had been a centre of that culture dating from the s with its teachings derived from the Kabbalah. Chagall scholar Susan Tumarkin Goodman describes the links and sources of his art to his early home:.

Chagall's art can be understood as the response to a situation that has long marked the history of Russian Jews. Though they were cultural innovators who made important contributions to the broader society, Jews were considered outsiders in a frequently hostile society Chagall himself was born of a family steeped in religious life; his parents were observant Hasidic Jews who found spiritual satisfaction in a life defined by their faith and organized by prayer.

Chagall was friends with Sholom Dovber Schneersohn , and later with Menachem M. In the Russian Empire at that time, Jewish children were not allowed to attend regular schools or universities.

Their movement within the city was also restricted. Chagall therefore received his primary education at the local Jewish religious school, where he studied Hebrew and the Bible.

At the age of 13, his mother tried to enroll him in a regular high school, and he recalled, "But in that school, they don't take Jews.

Without a moment's hesitation, my courageous mother walks up to a professor. A turning point of his artistic life came when he first noticed a fellow student drawing.

Baal-Teshuva writes that for the young Chagall, watching someone draw "was like a vision, a revelation in black and white". Chagall would later say that there was no art of any kind in his family's home and the concept was totally alien to him.

When Chagall asked the schoolmate how he learned to draw, his friend replied, "Go and find a book in the library, idiot, choose any picture you like, and just copy it".

He soon began copying images from books and found the experience so rewarding he then decided he wanted to become an artist. He eventually confided to his mother, "I want to be a painter", although she could not yet understand his sudden interest in art or why he would choose a vocation that "seemed so impractical", writes Goodman.

The young Chagall explained, "There's a place in town; if I'm admitted and if I complete the course, I'll come out a regular artist. I'd be so happy!

Due to Chagall's youth and lack of income, Pen offered to teach him free of charge. However, after a few months at the school, Chagall realized that academic portrait painting did not suit his desires.

Goodman notes that during this period in Imperial Russia, Jews had two basic alternatives for joining the art world: One was to "hide or deny one's Jewish roots".

The other alternative—the one that Chagall chose—was "to cherish and publicly express one's Jewish roots" by integrating them into his art.

For Chagall, this was also his means of "self-assertion and an expression of principle. Chagall biographer Franz Meyer explains that with the connections between his art and early life "the hassidic spirit is still the basis and source of nourishment for his art.

Years later, at the age of 57 while living in the United States, Chagall confirmed this when he published an open letter entitled, "To My City Vitebsk":.

Why did I leave you many years ago? You thought, the boy seeks something, seeks such a special subtlety, that color descending like stars from the sky and landing, bright and transparent, like snow on our roofs.

Where did he get it? How would it come to a boy like him? I don't know why he couldn't find it with us, in the city—in his homeland.

Maybe the boy is "crazy", but "crazy" for the sake of art. You thought: "I can see, I am etched in the boy's heart, but he is still 'flying,' he is still striving to take off, he has 'wind' in his head.

I did not live with you, but I didn't have one single painting that didn't breathe with your spirit and reflection. In , he moved to Saint Petersburg which was then the capital of the Russian Empire and the center of the country's artistic life with its famous art schools.

Since Jews were not permitted into the city without an internal passport, he managed to get a temporary passport from a friend.

He enrolled in a prestigious art school and studied there for two years. Chagall was an active member of the irregular freemasonic lodge, the Grand Orient of Russia's Peoples.

While in Saint Petersburg, he discovered experimental theater and the work of such artists as Paul Gauguin. Bakst moved to Paris a year later.

Art historian Raymond Cogniat writes that after living and studying art on his own for four years, "Chagall entered into the mainstream of contemporary art.

His apprenticeship over, Russia had played a memorable initial role in his life. Chagall stayed in Saint Petersburg until , often visiting Vitebsk where he met Bella Rosenfeld.

In My Life , Chagall described his first meeting her: "Her silence is mine, her eyes mine. It is as if she knows everything about my childhood, my present, my future, as if she can see right through me.

They were strange eyes … long, almond-shaped … and each seemed to sail along by itself, like a little boat. In , Chagall relocated to Paris to develop his artistic style.

Art historian and curator James Sweeney notes that when Chagall first arrived in Paris, Cubism was the dominant art form, and French art was still dominated by the "materialistic outlook of the 19th century".

But Chagall arrived from Russia with "a ripe color gift, a fresh, unashamed response to sentiment, a feeling for simple poetry and a sense of humor", he adds.

These notions were alien to Paris at that time, and as a result, his first recognition came not from other painters but from poets such as Blaise Cendrars and Guillaume Apollinaire.

Some days he "felt like fleeing back to Russia, as he daydreamed while he painted, about the riches of Slavic folklore, his Hasidic experiences, his family, and especially Bella".

He would spend his free hours visiting galleries and salons, especially the Louvre ; artists he came to admire included Rembrandt , the Le Nain brothers, Chardin , van Gogh , Renoir , Pissarro , Matisse , Gauguin , Courbet , Millet , Manet , Monet , Delacroix , and others.

At the time of his birth, Vitebsk's population was about 66,, with half the population being Jewish. A picturesque city of churches and synagogues, it was called "Russian Toledo", after a cosmopolitan city of the former Spanish Empire.

As the city was built mostly of wood, little of it survived years of occupation and destruction during World War II. Chagall was the eldest of nine children.

But despite the hardships of life during wartime, this would also prove to be a joyful period for Chagall. In July he married Bella, and she gave birth to a daughter, Ida, the following year.

To avoid military service and stay with his new family, Chagall took a position as a clerk in the Ministry of War Economy in St.

While there he began work on his autobiography and also immersed himself in the local art scene, befriending novelist Boris Pasternak, among others.

He also exhibited his work in the city and soon gained considerable recognition. In his new post, Chagall undertook various projects in the region, including the founding of the Academy of the Arts.

Despite these endeavors, differences among his colleagues eventually disillusioned Chagall. In he relinquished his position and moved his family to Moscow, the post-revolution capital of Russia.

In Moscow, Chagall was soon commissioned to create sets and costumes for various productions at the Moscow State Yiddish Theater, where he would paint a series of murals titled Introduction to the Jewish Theater as well.

In , Chagall also found work as a teacher at a school for war orphans. These characteristics give Marc Chagall paintings a unique richness that few other artists of his time were capable of.

Marc Chagall wastes no space as every square inch of his canvas is filled with vibrant and powerful colors. A Marc Chagall painting is truly a feast for the eyes.

On the wall of any gallery, you may see a Marc Chagall painting representing a strong, deeply colored iconic image, while right next to it will be one of his brightly colored, fancy-free scenes of a family dinner.

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