Free admission: The Audacious Eye at the MPLS Institute of Arts

Suzuki Kiitsu (Japan, 1796–1858), Moon and Waves, early 19th century, ink and color on silk. Gift of Elizabeth and Willard Clark 2013.30.13 More:

This first-look exhibition of 120 highlights from the Clark Collections, recently acquired by the MIA, offers unusually rich and personal insights into the scope of Japanese art and the nature of connoisseurship. Bill and Libby Clark amassed one of the world’s finest collections of Japanese art according to their own finely honed interests, instincts, and idiosyncrasies. Not trends. Not markets. Not a particular time, place, or medium. They collected what they liked—what drew their audacious eyes.

Now through January 12, 2014 at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

DEAL ALERT: Normally tickets to this exhibition are $12-14 for adults but you can view this exhibition for FREE on the second Sunday of each month.