Dada at the National Gallery

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Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz describes the first major American exhibition of Dadaist art at Washington's National Gallery of Art. The exhibition will be at the National Gallery of Art through May 14 and reopens at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC on June 11.

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