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3/15

Fellows Lecture–Molly Warnock: “Simon Hantaï after Pliage.”

Drawn from Warnock’s current work-in-progress, this talk proposes a new reading of Hantaï’s oeuvre from the lens of these largely unfamiliar and rarely exhibited investigations. Tuesday, March 15, 5:30-6:30 Hunter Studio, Lunder Center at Stone Hill 225 South St Williamstown, …

2/27

Collecting: An Afternoon with Jon Landau

Noted private collector Jon Landau, art dealer Andrew Butterfield, and former Clark Senior Curator Richard Rand discuss the collection of Renaissance and nineteenth-century painting and sculpture Landau has assembled over many years. Saturday, February 27, 2016 3-4:00 pm  Conforti Pavilion

1/8/2016
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11/21

The Challenge of Surrealism

Christian Thorne moderates a panel discussion to mark the publication of The Challenge of Surrealism: The Correspondence of Theodor W. Adorno and Elisabeth Lenk, edited and translated by Susan H. Gillespie. Saturday, November 21  3-4pm Conforti Pavilion, The Clark Center

11/11

Looking at Lunchtime with Genevieve Hulley: Early Photography

Join Curatorial Assistant Genevieve Hulley for a discussion of early photography in the exhibition An Eye for Excellence: Twenty Years of Collecting. Wednesday, November 11  12:30-1pm The Clark’s Special Exhibition Galleries, 225 South Street

10/14/2015
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12/2

Looking at Lunchtime with Dani Ezor: Japanese woodblock prints from the Rodbell Family Collection

Join Graduate Curatorial Intern Dani Ezor for a discussion of Japanese woodblock prints on display in An Eye for Excellence: Twenty Years of Collecting, recently given to the Clark by the Rodbell Family Collection. December 2 12:30-1:00pm The Clark’s Special …

10/14/2015
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12/1

Joanna Smith lecture: Buried, Layered, Lasting, and Lost: Bronze Age Perspectives on the History of Art”

Clark Fellow Joanna Smith presents “Buried, Layered, Lasting, and Lost: Bronze Age Perspectives on the History of Art. Tuesday, December 1  5:30pm Hunter Studio, Lunder Center at Stone Hill, 225 South Street

12/8

Spyros Papapetros lecture: “The Prearchitectonic Condition: Architecture Before Architecture”

Clark Fellow Spyros Papapetros presents “The Prearchitectonic Condition: Architecture Before Architecture.” Tuesday, December 8  5:30pm   Hunter Studio, Lunder Center at Stone Hill 225 South St

11/10

Maureen Shanahan lecture: “The Orientalist and the Asylum: Gaëtan Gatain de Clérambault’s Veiled Photography”

Clark Fellow Maureen Shanahan presents a lecture: “The Orientalist and the Asylum: Gaëtan Gatain de Clérambault’s Veiled Photography.” Tuesday, November 10 5:30pm Hunter Studio,  Lunder Center at Stone Hill,  225 South Street

9/24

A Clark Conversation with Mieke Bal

The Clark’s Research and Academic Program presents a conversation with Cultural theorist and critic Mieke Bal. Her film, “Madame B,” airs at the Clark on Wednesday, September 23 at 5:30 pm. Thursday, September 24th, 5:30pm, Hunter Studio, Lunder Center at …

9/18

Art / The Law: A Clark Colloquium

Taking as its premise the fundamental incongruence between the epistemologies on which art and law depend, this colloquium explores the possibilities generated when thinking of the two in parallel, conflict, and convergence. By Invitation Only. Friday and Saturday, September 18th …

10/27

Clark Lecture: Mary Roberts, Transcultural Objects: Islamic Art and Artist-Collector Networks

Robert Sterling Clark Visiting Professor Mary Roberts presents a lecture, “Transcultural Objects: Islamic Art and Artist-collector Networks, 1860–1890.” It will take place at 5:30pm Tuesday, October 27th in the Hunter Studio of the Lunder Center, Clark Art Institute, 225 South Street.

3/10

Conversation with Jacqueline Lichtenstein

Jacqueline Lichtenstein joins Iris Moon, Jane and Morgan Whitney Fellow, Metropolitan Museum of Art, in a wide-ranging conversation about her life and scholarship. Tuesday March 10, 2015  5:30-6:30  Clark West Pavilion

2/28

Machine Age Modernism: Prints from the Daniel Cowin Collection

Machine Age Modernism will feature a group of forty prints from the exceptional Daniel Cowin Collection. These works capture the tumultuous aesthetic and political climate of the years surrounding World Wars I and II. February 28th-May 17th, 2015

2/10/2015
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3/1

Machine Age Modernism-Opening Lecture by Jay Clarke

Opening lecture for the exhibition Machine Age Modernism: Prints from the Daniel Corwin Collection by Jay Clarke, Manton Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs Sunday, March 1, 2015 3:00-4:30  Clark Center West Pavilion

12/14

Ellsworth Kelly: Fragments

A film documentary on Ellsworth Kelly. Sunday, December 14, 2014 3pm Clark Art Institute, West Pavilion

11/19/2014
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11/22

Monet/Kelly Opening Celebration

This exhibition brings together two paintings and eighteen unpublished drawings selected by Kelly, together with nine paintings by Monet from his Belle-Île series and from his garden in Giverny. Saturday, November 22, 2014 6-8 pm Clark Art Institute, West Pavilion

11/10/2014
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9/4

Reception for Graduate Program Class of 2016

Clark Reception to honor and introduce incoming members of the Graduate Program in the History of Art. Thursday, September 4, 2014 4:30 pm. Museum Pavilion (by invitation)

9/15/2014
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9/21

The Clark in the World

A Conversation with Kavita Singh, Patrick Flores, and Michael Conforti Sunday, September 21, 2014  3:00 pm Manton Research Center Auditorium at the Clark  

Copycat: Reproducing Works of Art

Copycat: Reproducing Works of Art, curated by Alexis Goodin MA ’98 and James Pilgrim MA ’12, explores the line between innovation and imitation, featuring fifty prints and photographs that are both original works of art and repetitions of drawings, prints, paintings, sculptures, and architecture created by other artists.

12/10/2012
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