Called “an abundant, magnificent work” (Financial Times) and “utterly transfixing” (Huffington Post), Christian Marclay’s The Clock unfolds on the screen in real time as a 24-hour montage sampling thousands of excerpts from the history of film that indicate the passage of time.
Don’t miss a rare opportunity to view sections of the work that take place in the late-night, overnight, and early morning hours as The Clock runs through its complete cycle.
Planning Your Visit to The Clock
Entry to The Clock is on a first-come, first-served basis. Wait times may apply.
Once inside the gallery, visitors may remain for as long as they wish. The installation has couches and standing room. Capacity limited to 100.
Visitors who leave the hall must rejoin the line in order to be readmitted.
Cameras of any sort (still, movie, video), cell phones, and all other electronic devices may not be used and must be switched off before visitors enter the gallery.
- No food or beverages are allowed.
- There are brief periods of nudity and strong language during The Clock. Visitors bringing children should use their discretion.
- The exhibition is wheelchair accessible.
- Personal items such as backpacks, umbrellas, or any other bulky items must be checked.