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Monday, September 11, 2006

Little Dada

Tucked away on a second floor gallery in Chelsea, you'll find a mini-Dada show. MoMa's recent summer Dada exhibition was a buffet, whereas Maya Stendhal gallery's show offers just a taste of that movement. Entitled "Dada: Art and Anti-art," this museum-quality exhibit focuses on just one artist: Hans Richter. The survey show includes work from the early 1900s right up through the '70s. Films, paintings, cut-outs, magazine articles, posters, and sculpture--they're all there. If you missed the MoMa exhibit, which ends today, perhaps this show will satisfy you. (Images via Maya Stendhal gallery)