Janco Dada Museum

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The Janco Dada Museum is located in Ein Hod, Israel. It is a museum that exhibits the work of Marcel Janco as well as art from the Dada movement and contemporary art too. The museum was established in 1983, by a group of Marcel Janco's friends, with the purpose of conserving the works and ideas of the sole Dadaist living in Israel.[1] Marcel Janco thought of Ein Hod as the right place for a museum. He conceived the idea of establishing the artists' village, and invited in the first group of founders in 1953.[2]

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Coordinates: 32°42′5.89″N 34°58′47.91″E / 32.7016361°N 34.9799750°E / 32.7016361; 34.9799750