Curator at Large Bill Horrigan discusses Christian Marclay's THE CLOCK. Find out why he feels it's "the most acclaimed artwork of the 21st century" and go deeper into the visual and audio strategies behind this work.

Curator at Large Bill Horrigan discusses Christian Marclay's THE CLOCK. Find out why he feels it's "the most acclaimed artwork of the 21st century" and go deeper into the visual and audio strategies behind this work.

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The Clock by Christian Marclay

Christian Marclay's The Clock: a masterpiece of our times

Library/museum of cartoons

Supersized Cartoon Library Welcomes 'All Geeks And Dorks'

Minus Plato: Classics and Modern/Contemporary Art: Ancient Philosophy Here & Now: an experimental stu...

Minus Plato: Classics and Modern/Contemporary Art: Ancient Philosophy Here & Now: an experimental stu...

Onomatopoeic exhibition from Christian Marclay plays on the “wet sounds” of painting... http://www.we-heart.com/2015/01/14/christian-marclay-white-cube-bermondsey-london/

Onomatopoeic exhibition from Christian Marclay plays on the “wet sounds” of painting...

Onomatopoeic exhibition from Christian Marclay plays on the “wet sounds” of painting... http://www.we-heart.com/2015/01/14/christian-marclay-white-cube-bermondsey-london/

Christian Marclay Silence, 2006 silkscreen ink on paper, 23 ¼ x 28 ¾ in.

Christian Marclay Silence, 2006 silkscreen ink on paper, 23 ¼ x 28 ¾ in.

Through Feb 2, 2014  The Jewish Museum New York | Art Exhibition | Chagall: Love, War, and Exile

Through Feb 2, 2014 The Jewish Museum New York | Art Exhibition | Chagall: Love, War, and Exile

“Shanghai,” 2008 Courtesy Christian Marclay/Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

Christian Marclay's 'Things I've Heard'

“Shanghai,” 2008 Courtesy Christian Marclay/Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

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