Robert Wiesenberger

Welcome Robert Wiesenberger

Associate Curator of Contemporary Projects
We're delighted to announce the appointment of Robert Wiesenberger as the Clark's Associate Curator of Contemporary Projects. Click here to read the full press release.

The Met: Live in HD

2018-19 Season
Now in its thirteenth season, tickets for The Met: Live in HD are on sale now! Purchase a season pass by July 31 and save! 

Visit ArtCountry!

Explore ArtCountry: Four incredible museums and an amazing theatre festival. ArtCountry is less than three hours from New York and Boston. Check out what’s happening!

Women Artists in Paris, 1850-1900

On view through Sept. 3
Women Artists in Paris, 1850–1900 examines a key period in the history of art during which an international group of women artists overcame gender-based restrictions to advance their art, taking important steps in the fight for a more egalitarian art world. Featuring more than seventy paintings, this exhibition presents renowned artists such as Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, and Rosa Bonheur along with their lesser known but equally remarkable peers, including Anna Ancher, Lilla Cabot Perry, and Paula Modersohn-Becker.
Jennifer Steinkamp, Diaspore

Jennifer Steinkamp: Blind Eye

Opens June 30
Los Angeles-based media and installation artist Jennifer Steinkamp’s cutting-edge art engages with one of the oldest themes in art history—nature. By deconstructing and re-engineering computer code, the artist utilizes the abstract language of technology to create vibrant images rooted in the natural world. The exhibition, Jennifer Steinkamp: Blind Eye, consists of six pieces including a new projection, Blind Eye, conceived by the artist to interact with the Clark’s 140-acre setting and the architecture of the Lunder Center at Stone Hill. Click here to read the press release. 

The Art of Iron

On view through Sept. 16
The Art of Iron: Objects from the Musée Le Secq des Tournelles, Rouen, Normandy presents thirty-six unique objects drawn from this celebrated collection of European wrought iron in an exhibition celebrating the craft and beauty of decorative iron work.

William Hogarth’s Industry and Idleness

Monday, July 23, 1 pm
Join curatorial intern Michael Hartman for a guided look at William Hogarth’s 12-print series Industry and Idleness (1747). Free and open to the public; limited to 20 visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. Please enter through the Manton Research Center.

Yoga on the Terrace

Tuesday, July 24, 9 am
Reflect and refocus at this free yoga class with Devin Kibbe of North Adams Yoga. Best suited for ages 12 and up; please dress in comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat. Rain cancels this event. 

Reflections

Tuesday, July 24, 10:30 am
With a contemplative tone that encourages thoughtful investigation and audience participation, visitors will explore one or two works from the permanent collection with the help of a museum educator. Free with gallery admission; click here to reserve.