Dada and Surrealism - Magritte, Duchamp, Man Ray, Miró, Dalí
1014, Budapest Szent György tér 2.
July 9, 201- - October 05, 2014
Dada Surrealism - Magritte, Duchamp, Man Ray, Miró, Dalí in the Hungarian National Gallery
Selection from the Collecion of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem Curators: Dr. Adina Kamien-Kazhdan (Israel Museum, Jerusalem), Mónika Kumin (Hungarian National Gallery)
Dada and Surrealism rank among the most significant movements of our time. They challenged tradition, introducing materials and visual strategies that would change the vocabulary of art and creating an enduring legacy that has transformed art history. The connection between Surrealism and the Israel Museum began as a “chance encounter” more than fifty years ago, and it has since evolved into a deep and lasting relationship. Thanks in great part to generous gifts from donors and artists alike, the Museum has been able to form a spectacular holding of Dada and Surrealist material, comprising everything from paintings, readymades, and photographs to works in the wide variety of new and innovative mediums employed by these groundbreaking movements.
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