Tag Archives: Clark Art Institute

Weekly Photo Challenge: SILHOUETTE

I’m sure there are lots of blogger-photographers who are just tickled by this challenge! Alas, I’m not one of them. So far as I’m concerned, a photo in silhouette (taken by me) is simply a photo badly exposed.  A mistake. … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: NEAR AND FAR

Famed minimalist Japanese architect Tadao Ando designed this entrance to his new Stone Center at Williamstown’s Clark Art Institute: Ando had no formal training as an architect; his vision is purely his own. But it is surely influenced heavily by … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: INSIDE (3)

A glimpse of an exhibition at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA, before it’s come into existence: Photo is a collage made up of all the angles I could manage in peeking inside the room being prepared for the next … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: TWO SUBJECTS (3)

Another duality from the museum world: Here a splendid bust, “Exhibit A,” confidently faces the public, presiding over (forgotten in?)  a room torn apart in the process of preparing a whole new exhibit. Order and chaos at the Clark Art … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: TWO SUBJECTS (2)

There are two things vital for a museum experience: an art object, and an observer of the art object. Here we have both, at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA. The occasion was a breathtaking show of what I … Continue reading

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