2013 Journal of the Clark

2013 Journal of the Clark

2013 Journal of the Clark

$8.95 Softcover


Make It New
Guest curator Harry Cooper discusses his experience working with the Clark on this summer's exhibition Make It New: Abstract Painting from the National Gallery of Art, 1950–1975, highlighting some of the unique qualities of the show that are sure to engage gallery visitors.

David Smith's Sites:
From the Adirondacks to the Berkshires
Take a trip with David Breslin, Clark curator of contemporary projects, to David Smith's home and studio in the upstate New York town of Bolton Landing to get a sense of the importance of setting of the upcoming exhibition Raw Color: The Circles of David Smith.

Fortunes Abroad
A look at the Clark's sustained efforts to expand programs beyond Europe and North America that have fostered new partnerships and engaged thousands.

Taking Measure
A global panel assesses the impact of the Research and Academic Program and helps the Clark shape future initiatives.

Weaving a New Web
Explore the Clark Library's recently completed digitization project of the Mary Ann Beinecke Decorative Art Collection.

Radical Words:
From Magna Carta to the Constitution
Francis Oakley, Williams College professor emeritus, discusses the Magna Carta's original meaning and its legacy, in anticipation of the arrival of one of the four surviving copies at the Clark this fall.

The Clark Collects

51 pages, 8 1/2 x 11
Full-color magazine
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

ISSN 1534-6323 (softcover)           

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