Synopses & Reviews
This beautifully illustrated book celebrates the opening of the new visitor center at the Clark Art Institute, designed by Pritzker Prize recipient Tadao Ando (b. 1941). Noted architectural photographer Richard Pare captures the buildingand#8217;s indoor and outdoor spacesand#151;including reflecting pools, galleries, and courtyardsand#151;in more than 60 gorgeous images. The accompanying essay offers an architectural criticand#8217;s perspective on the building and discusses the most important facets of Andoand#8217;s stunning design, including the structureand#8217;s harmonious relationship to the Clarkand#8217;s existing buildings and the surrounding Berkshire scenery. Documenting for the first time this new addition to the Clarkand#8217;s bucolic campus, this gem of a book is essential for fans of both Ando and the Clark.
This bookand#8217;s stunning photographs showcase the newest building on the Clark Art Instituteand#8217;s campus, designed by renowned architect Tadao Ando.and#160;
About the Author
is the author of more than twenty-five books on architecture and design. Richard Pare
is an architectural photographer and was the founding curator of photographs at the Canadian Centre for Architecture.