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ARTS / ART & DESIGN   | July 6, 2006
Art Review:  Dada's Women, Ahead of Their Time
"Daughters of New York Dada," a small show at Francis M. Naumann Fine Art on the Upper East Side, adds a crucial chapter to the current Dada exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.

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WATER – In theatres April 28th

See the controversial film Time Magazine proclaims "A Triumph." Set in 1938 Colonial India, against Mahatma Gandhi's rise to power, Water begins when 8-year-old Chuyia is widowed and sent to a home where Hindu widows must live in penitence. Chuyia's feisty presence deeply affects the lives of the other residents, including a young widow, who falls for a Gandhian idealist.
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