ARTS & CULTURE
08/16/2011 03:14 pm ET | Updated Oct 16, 2011

MFA Asks Early Birds To Pay $200 To See ‘Clock’

Want to be among the first at the Museum of Fine Arts next month when it unveils the latest art world phenomenon?

Get your checkbook ready.

The MFA is charging $200 for the chance to view the first complete Boston presentation by artist Christian Marclay of “The Clock,’’ a 24-hour film installation made up of hundreds of movie and television clips with references synched to real time. The work, which has generated critical acclaim and enthusiastic crowds at other locations, will be presented during the Sept. 17 opening of the museum’s Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art.

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