CAI: Journal of the Clark Art Institute, Vol. 1
Stone Hill: Next to Nature
by Richard Nunley, with photographs by Nicholas Whitman
The Clark’s own hillside pasture affords museum visitors added inspiration through its lovely views.
A Curator’s Journey
by Charles Flowers
Go behind the scenes of the summertime exhibition Noble Dreams, Wicked Pleasures: Orientalism in America, 1870-1930 with curator Holly Edwards.
Crosscurrents in Painting and Photography
by James A. Ganz
Photographs a fairly recent collecting endeavor at the Clark are a perfect complement to the museum’s paintings, prints, and drawings.
Art Museums and ‘The Public’
by Michael Brenson
A commentary exploring the many themes addressed at the first Clark Conference: The Two Art Histories: the Museum and the University.
Sterling Clark in China
by John Onians
The founder himself led a research expedition in China and wrote a book about it, shedding light on how his experiences there influenced his collection.
A Piano for a New York Millionaire
by Daniëlle O. Kisluk-Grosheide
The story of a lavishly decorated piano recently acquired by the Clark, and of the designer who brought it to life.
On Making a Photograph
by Nicholas Whitman
Thoughts and images from one on the near side of the lens.
60 pages, 9 1/2 x 12 inches
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