The works of Marcel Janco, one of the founding fathers of the Dada movement, on display in the Ein Hod Artists’ Village.
Since its erection in 1983, the Janco-Dada Museum has kept an impressive collection from Marcel Janco’s personal works of display. Appropriately situated in the middle of the Ein Hod Artists’ Village, established thirty years earlier in response to Janco’s efforts to promote the arts, the museum’s intention is to preserve and promote the revolutionary artist’s vision. On top of its three galleries and multimedia video floor, the DadaLab offers an interactive activity space that gives visitors the chance to get a feel for Dadaism through collage, assemblage, performance art and other mixed media. A picturesque village and an even more picturesque museum, there is no better place to understand the magic behind the mind of Marcel Janco than in the exact place he perfected his chef-d’ouevres.
|Venue name:||Janco Dada Museum|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 10:00-15:00, Fri 10:00-14:00, Sat 10:00-15:30; “Sat DadaLab” 11:00-14:00|
|Price:||Adult: NIS 24, Child/Soldier/Student: NIS 12|