The Pompidou Museum in Metz offers today, on its website and on various social networks, a virtual tour of his exhibition “Marc Chagall, Le Passur de Lumiere”, which was supposed to open on the same date had it not been for the Corona crisis. The exhibition includes stained glass models designed by Chagall between 1956 and 1984 for building façades in the Gran East (Metz, Reims, Sarbourg) and southern France (Nice, Futzac) as well as in Germany, Switzerland, England and the United States.
These models are displayed alongside a collection of paintings, sculptures, ceramics and drawings from the collections of the Center Pompidou, Marc Chagall National Museum, world museums and private collections for this exceptional exhibition organized as part of the eighth centenary of the Cathedral of Saint-Etienne de Metz. The stained-glass windows of the Sayan Church in Correz form part of the exhibition, as it sheds light on the story of each of these works carried out during the reconstruction and artistic regeneration stage after World War II.
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