Lynn Gall at the DADA Centennial: Day of the Dead

Lynn Gall’s collage “Sisters” (8″ x 10″) is included in the current show DADA Centennial at the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This piece will become part of their museum collection.

The International

Museum of Collage Assemblage and Construction


DADA Centennial:
Day of the Dead
Reception Friday Nov. 4 from 4-7 PM – at the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction Archives – Over 175 works by artists from all over the world celebrating 100 years of DADA.  1925 Rosina Street Suite C, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 – 505-303-3034– – continuing through January 2017.

Dada, the prolific early 20th Century art phenomenon and its cadre of artists, poets and performers have had far reaching influence on the art world for one hundred years. Dada is celebrated in this exhibition of contemporary art donated to the archives especially for this event by an international array of artists from the US, Japan, Germany, Poland, France, Spain, Austria, Croatia, India, Greece, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippines, Australia, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Belgium, Canada and Mexico.

On view will be collages, assemblages, drawings, digital collage, paintings , correspondence art, photo-montage, objects, artist made books, magazines and assemblings celebrating Dadaand Day of the Dead. Also on view will be an authentic Mexican offrenda for Day of the Dead remembering Dada artists.
Sponsored in part by the International Society of Assemblage and Collage Artists.
After the opening on Nov 4th, The archives and exhibition are open by appointment only. Call 505-303-3034 to make arrangements.

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