The Clark – A Market for Imitation, Engraving Drawing in Eighteenth-Century France
Sarah Grandin, Clark-Getty Curatorial Fellow looks at work on paper from the Clark's collection showcasing the role prints played in making drawing more accessible to the public in eighteenth-century France. Select works by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, François Boucher, Jean-Antoine Watteau are among those Grandin presents.
The Clark – Rodin Lecture by Antoinette Le Normand-Romain
In conjunction with the opening of its newest exhibition Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern, the Clark Art Institute presents a lecture by Antoinette Le Normand-Romain, the exhibition curator and former director general of the National Institute of the History of Art in Paris.
The Clark – Retelling Stories in Photography About The Black Civil War Soldier
The Clark – From the Tower to the Void, Mary Miss’s Perimeters
Sarah Hamill (Sarah Lawrence College), Michael Ann Holly Fellow in the Clark's Research and Academic Program , considers the curiously underexamined work of the 1970s: artist Mary Miss’s Perimeters/Pavilions/Decoys (1978), which is situated on the grounds of the Nassau County Museum of Art. Rosalind Krauss opened her landmark 1979 essay “Sculpture in the Expanded Field” with the work, but it has received scant attention since.