Art Exhibits

Picasso — Matisse — Chagall

When: Sept. 19-Jan. 11 2015

What it took for Marc Chagall and over 1,000 pounds of his artwork to flee Europe during World War II is impressive and terrifying. You can read the full story at tiny.cc/e3wxlx — it includes great strokes of luck on everyone's part — and then see some pieces that just may have made that very journey at Picasso Matisse Chagall, which opened this week at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center (210 N. Santa Fe Ave., Pueblo, sdc-arts.org). This exhibit of prints from a private collection focuses on a period in 1920s Paris in which the three worked. It stays up through January and is only $3 to $4 for non-members to see it. — Edie Adelstein

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