Past Exhibitions
Beatrice Wood: Mama of Dada
11.16.13 – 1.12.14
Graphic Arts Gallery

Beatrice Wood created a complex, thoughtful, and inexhaustible oeuvre, working in a variety of media. Dubbed the "Mama of Dada," because of her involvement with the Dada art movement in New York City during the early 20th century, this exhibition features some of her works on paper from the FIA's permanent collection in conjunction with pieces from the collection of Dada expert Francis Naumann.

For related programming, please see Art à la Carte.
A Press Conference of Twenty-Five Men Took Place
Explaining Where He Was the Night Before
I Eat Only Soy Bean Products
Theodore Spicer-Simson
Untitled
Self Portrait

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Beatrice Wood
American, 1893–1998
Self Portrait
watercolor and pencil on paper, 1932
9 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches
Museum purchase, 2011.330



This exhibition is sponsored by

founder's society

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