151 3rd St
San Francisco, California 94103

Marc Chagall?s rich ?uvre is rediscovered in this retrospective. With 153 paintings and works on paper created between 1907 and 1970 ? including many never before seen in the United States ? Marc Chagall provides new insight about the artist and his idiosyncratic work. Borrowing from many art movements but never following any one school, Chagall employed avant-garde techniques in works that embrace storytelling, allegory, memory, and religion. Vivid in color and texture, humor and fantasy, Chagall?s art reflects a distinct and personal mix of sources and ideas.


Jay Fienberg

Great exhibit if you like Marc Chagall, but crowded most of the time. Great time to visit other galleries in SFMOMA while everyone else packs into see Chagall


Membership has it's priveliges. If you go to more than 2-3 exhibits in a year, you may want to consider getting membership in the MOMA. You breeze through lines for your tickets and for entry into the exhibit.