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Contemporary photos hang while the Renoir paintings go on tour

“Juristische Bibliothek München II 2000” is a chromogenic print by photographer Candida Höfer. It is part of “Spaces: Photographs by Candida Höfer and Thomas Struth,” an exhibit of large-scale contemporary photographs that runs through Sept. 5 at The Clark. (Photo courtesy of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute)
“Juristische Bibliothek München II 2000” is a chromogenic print by photographer Candida Höfer. It is part of “Spaces: Photographs by Candida Höfer and Thomas Struth,” an exhibit of large-scale contemporary photographs that runs through Sept. 5 at The Clark. (Photo courtesy of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute)
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Oh my! Where are those Renoir girls? “The Blonde Bather,” “Girl With a Fan,” “Child With a Bird” and “Sleeping Girls,” paintings that have hung in the Clark Art Institute for many years, are touring the world with 68 other French Impressionist works from the museum’s collection. Visitors who are unaware of this development may be quite surprised when they enter what is unofficially called “The Renoir Room” and see the gallery dramatically transformed by ...


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