The Janco Dada Museum opened in 1983 in the Ein Hod Artists' Village, displaying the works of Marcel Janco and continuing his vision for promoting art. Janco was one o the founders of the international Dada movement and he helped establish Ein Hod in 1953. The Museum was erected by a group of Janco's friends. The Museum has five display spaces; a permanent display devoted to seventy years of Marcel Janco's art, an Entrance Gallery for the work of young artists and special projects, the Lower Gallery for exhibitions of contemporary art, the Pit which is a space beneath the Museum floor for video art and the DadaLab which is an activity center where visitors can try out artistic techniques use by Dadaists such as collage, assemblage, ready-made sculpture, performance art and more.
address: Ein Hod Artists' Village, MP Hof HaCarmel
Open Hours: Sun-Thu 9:30-15:30, Fri and Holiday Eves 9:30-14:00, Sat & Holidays 10:00-16:00, DadaLab on Saturday 11:00-15:00
Categories : Museums