Ancient Ritual Bronzes From the Shanghai Museum

Radical Words

From Magna Carta
to the Constitution

Super Sundays

In response to overwhelming interest in the Radical Words exhibition, the Clark will provide one free adult admission when accompanied by a child on Sundays from 2–5 pm
through October 26.

Try our multimedia guide—a new way to connect with art!

Multimedia guides are available at the admission desk and are free of charge. Or, download the Clark's mobile app onto your smartphone using iTunes or Google Play™.

Monet | Kelly

Opens November 22
This unique exhibition focuses on the significant role Claude Monet’s motifs and the sites that inspired his paintings have played in the work of American painter Ellsworth Kelly. The contents of the exhibition, selected by Kelly, include two of his paintings and eighteen unpublished drawings, together with nine paintings by Monet from his Belle-Île series and from his garden in Giverny.

Expert Deems Clark's Rembrandt Painting Authentic

Man Reading Attributed to Dutch Master
Ernst van de Wetering, head of the Netherlands-based Rembrandt Research Project, recently attributed the painting to the great Dutch Master Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669). Man Reading is on view until early January.

Read the articles in the Boston Globe and the Wall Street Journal.

Freedom Family Day

Sunday, November 2,
1–4:30 pm
In conjunction with the exhibition Radical Words: From Magna Carta to the Constitution, the Clark welcomes visitors of all ages for Freedom Family Day. Enjoy art-making activities and join David Grover and Friends in a sing-along.

important announcement

We regret to announce that the Clark's broadcast presentations of the 2014–15 Met Live in HD and National Theatre of London performances have been canceled. We apologize for the inconvenience.

THE NEW CLARK: A Conversation with the Architects

Vanity Fair architecture critic Paul Goldberger in conversation with the team that transformed the Clark.