We thought we’d missed our chance—and yet Christian Marclay’s artwork The Clock is back in New York after a long world tour. The work’s debut in January 2011 at the Paula Cooper Gallery was a smash, and there was hardly time enough to see the piece, which uses film clips featuring the time displayed on a clock within the narrative, over the course of 24 hours. We’ll have to make time to stop by Lincoln Center for that space’s festival. Lincoln Center is but the latest institution to show the work, after LACMA and Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. Time is limited, though—the showing closes on Aug. 1. (And the gallery closes on weeknights at 10 p.m.—unless we wait for the weekend or break in, we’ll simply never know what movies Mr. Marclay uses to depict the witching hours!)
David Rubenstein Atrium, Lincoln Center, open 8am-10pm and closed on Mondays.
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