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Duchamp through the 64-Square Looking Glass: Hula Chess at the Dali Museum (w/video)

Woman Grandmaster Chess player Jennifer Shahade, gave a hula chess exhibition at the Dali Museum
Jennifer Shahade, left, a Woman Grandmaster chess player from Philadelphia, plays Abby Albaum, owner of Hoola Monsters in St. Petersburg, in a hula  chess match at the Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, 3/29/18.  (Scott Keeler, Tampa Bay Times)
Jennifer Shahade, left, a Woman Grandmaster chess player from Philadelphia, plays Abby Albaum, owner of Hoola Monsters in St. Petersburg, in a hula chess match at the Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, 3/29/18. (Scott Keeler, Tampa Bay Times)
Published Mar. 30, 2018

Woman Grandmaster Chess player Jennifer Shahade, Philadelphia and Abby Albaum, St. Petersburg, owner of Hoola Monsters, gave a hula chess exhibition at the Dali Museum, 3/29/18 as part of a day long celebration of the game and its connection to artists Marcel Duchamp and Salvador Dali. Shahade developed the game of hula chess and demonstrated it using a suspended chess board. The Dali/ Duchamp exhibition at the Dali Museum continues through May 27.

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