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"My Heart Belongs to Dada"
Through May 31st
Bruce Anderson - wood burns
Jim C. - collage & neo-Dada
Basia Kaczmarczyk-Kaminski - mixed media collage
Lenny Kislin - assemblage art
Kathleen Evers - mixed media
Collyn Barr - oil & collage on canvas
Michelle Leggett - mixed media painting
Andrew Wible - mixed media painting
Elyse Hardy - mixed media on canvas
Kate Juliano - mixed media
Sabra Segal - collage
Dan Williams - acrylic paintings
Jean Campbell - acrylic on board
Ishtar Wardell - mixed media on canvas
Gavin Owen - mixed media
Edward Berkise - paintings
Anonymousblonde - mixed media works
Dave Channon - collage
Steven Pesko - sculpture
Eva Rogers - paintings
Shelby Morgner - mixed works
Jose Acosta - assemblage
Bronson Eden - mixed media works
Rosalyn Z. Clark - collage
Anthony Cantone - assemblage
James McColgan - sculpture
Michael Hunt - mixed media works
Anthony Krauss - mixed media assemblage
Christina Varga - Very Dada
Opens Saturday, May 12th 2007 reception from 6-9
"My Heart Belongs to Dada" opens Saturday, May 12th from 6 - 9 at VARGA Gallery & Studio in Woodstock, NY.
This exhibit celebrates the anti-art art movement that sparked art as joke, anti-aesthetic creations and protest activities.
The show sets out in the pursuit of pleasure and liberty to unlock every door and walk freely where it will. Bring a flashlight.
Art Drop-off & Sneak Preview for this exhibit is May 4, 5 & 6 Friday - Sunday from 12 - 5.
The show opens Saturday, May 12th from 6 - 9pm and will feature performance artists (TBA).
Auditions for performance art vignettes Thursday through Sunday 1 - 4pm through May 11th.
For more info call 845.679.4005 or email email@example.com.
Dada or Dadaism is a cultural movement that began in neutral Zürich , Switzerland , during World War I and peaked from 1916 to 1920. The movement primarily involved visual arts , literature ( poetry , art manifestoes , art theory ), theatre , and graphic design , and concentrated its anti war politic through a rejection of the prevailing standards in art through anti-art cultural works. Dada activities included public gatherings, demonstrations, and publication of art/literary journals. Passionate coverage of art, politics, and culture filled their publications. The movement influenced later styles, movements, and groups including Surrealism , Pop Art and Fluxus .
to submit work for this show please contact Christina at firstname.lastname@example.org
IMAGES of DADA Art
Marcel Duchamp - Nude Descending a Staircase
Toilet Ready-made - Marcel Duchamp