Journal of the Clark Art Institute, Vol. 3

 2002 Journal of the Clark
2002 Journal of the Clark
Item# 0-931102-50-2
(softcover)
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Contents

Kidspace
By Karen Gardner
An interactive gallery at MASS MoCA, co-sponsored by the Clark, MASS MoCA, and the Williams College Museum of Art, provides space for local kids to explore art


Shadows of the Past
By Brian T. Allen
A curator provides a behind-the-scenes look at organizing the summer exhibition Gustav Klimt Landscapes and the complex issues of art stolen during World War II


Tadao Ando
By William Morgan
Tadao Ando’s design philosophy demonstrates why he is the ideal architect for the Clark’s new building project


Collecting beyond the Clarks
By Steven A. Satullo
A look back reveals how the Clark collection has grown in resonant ways since 1955


ARIAH: A Summit in Williamstown
By Mariët Westermann
The author explains the Clark’s role as the headquarters for the Association of Research Institutes in Art History


The Naughty Painting
By Timothy Cahill
One critic explores the history of William Bouguereau’s Nymphs and Satyr and the popular appeal of this remarkable painting


Reflections from Our Time
By Michael Agee
Contemplation on photography and images of the Clark campus


64 pages, 9 1/2 x 12 inches
Full-color magazine
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
2002