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Monet | Kelly Opens At The Clark

Amy Krzanik reports from Williamstown. A large crowd packed the atrium and gallery of the recently redesigned Clark Art Institute on Saturday night, November 22 for the unveiling of the new exhibit Monet | Kelly. The exhibition focuses on the role Claude Monet’s motifs and the sites that inspired his paintings (most notably Belle-Île and Giverny) have played in the work of artist Ellsworth Kelly. Kelly, who helped choose the pieces featured in the exhibit and still creates out of his studio over the border in Spencertown, NY, was on hand to chat with well-wishers. The exhibit runs through February 15, 2015. Above: The artist himself, Ellsworth Kelly, and yours truly.


Ryan Fitzgerald, the Clark’s David Breslin, Warren Seubel and Emily Blanchard; The Clark’s Mattie Kelley and preparator Tim Johnson.


Tara Fracalossi and Thomas Lail; Joan and Chris Jones with Sara Loughman, exhibitions manager at the Williams College Museum of Art.


Joel Wolk with Ron and Iris Maitland; Architect Dean Maltz and Carol Gregg, owner of Red Egg Furniture.


Gintare Everett, Sarah Lees, who helped curate the exhibit and is now at Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum of Art, Licia Conforti, Clark Art Director Michael Conforti and Laure Lowry.


KK Zutter with Jeannene Booher; Michael and Marty Keating flank the artist.


Bill Bowden, “Jid” Sprague and Frank Oakley; Peter Hansen and Petra Krauledat.


Mark Zotto and Michael Wolfman; Ivan Rosa, a professor of architecture at City College of New York, and Pam Jacobs.

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