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Expanded, transformed Clark Art Institute reopens doors

At the new Clark Center, visitors can rest outdoors next to a reflecting pool and Japanese willow trees.
At the new Clark Center, visitors can rest outdoors next to a reflecting pool and Japanese willow trees.
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After sunset, the frogs call to each other in the new reflecting pool at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. “The Clark has always talked about art in nature. . . .This used to be a parking lot,” says Communications Director Vicki Saltzman, as she peers into the shallow manmade pond filled with river rocks of many shapes and colors. Peaceful and shimmering, the one-acre water terrace laps against the Clark Center, the new visitor and ...


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