Take the 'Last Train to the Inevitable Beyond' with Dadara

Take the ‘Last Train to the Inevitable Beyond’ with Dadara

Apr 1, 2011 |  by  |  Art, Event
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What if I’d have a million Euros? A question that frequently haunts my head, and one that turns a lot of people into crazy dreamers. That happened to Dadara (Daniel Rozenberg) as well. He thought: “What if I could swim in a pool loaded with real money, like Scrooge McDuck?” That, unfortunately, was quite impossible. Instead, he’s creating his own money to fill a pool with and calls that his art. The sole purpose of his own Exchanghibition Bank is to serve that art: ‘The Art of turning Art into Money’.

“When bankers get together for dinner, they discuss Art. When artists get together for dinner, they discuss Money” – Oscar Wilde

This Saturday, April 2nd, the gallery Famous presents Dadara’s new work: Last Train to the Inevitable Beyond. This exhibition shows the original banknotes of the Exchanghibition Bank and his new quadratic paintings (1.20 by 1.20 meter). This new serie challenges the viewers to a dialogue. The works show a world where you can dive into and lose yourself. And afterwards, when you get out, you see things completely differently. It requires nothing more than an open mind and the willingness to fully surrender.

With this new work Dadara shows the development he experienced. He transformed his vision of society to a public space where interactivity and performance play the lead. After all, the beauty of the image is as important as its theme!

Last Train to the Inevitable Beyond

Date: April 2nd till May 6th
Location: Gallery Famous (Keizersgracht 471, Amsterdam)
Extra info: Sunday the 3rd and Thursday the 7th of April you can change your euros for banknotes ranging from zero to one million, at the Infiltration series in Paradiso and the 17th of April at the Central Station of Amsterdam!

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