Art can be…Ives Family Gallery (Gallery 263)
The shape-shifting and suggestive artwork in the Ives Family Gallery hints at experiences beyond a physical presence.
Art of the Netherlands in the 17th CenturyArt of the Netherlands in the 17th Century Gallery (Gallery 242)
This newly renovated gallery is devoted to 17th-century Dutch and Flemish art.
Arts of JapanWalter Ames Compton, MD Gallery (Gallery 280)
This recently reinstalled gallery highlights more than 130 Japanese works dating from the fifth century through the present day, showcasing a range...
Arts of KoreaArts of Korea Gallery (Gallery 179)
The Korean collection at the MFA—one of the best outside Korea—includes works of art from the Bronze Age to the present day.
European Painting 1550–1700 and Hanoverian SilverWilliam I. Koch Gallery (Gallery 250)
Designed in the spirit of a European palace, the renovated Koch Gallery showcases paintings from Italy, France, Flanders, and Spain from 1550 to 1700...
Familiar—alteredJohn F. Cogan, Jr. and Mary L. Cornille Gallery (Gallery 260)
As you walk by the objects in the John F. Cogan, Jr. and Mary L. Cornille Gallery, you may be surprised by what you see. Slightly off-kilter, the art...
Hamilton Palace Dining RoomAlan and Simone Hartman Galleries (Gallery 241A)
A grand period room is reinstalled in the Evans Wing.
How’s it made?Richard and Nancy Lubin Gallery (Gallery 259)
With almost any material fair game for artists to use, this gallery encourages a closer look at the imaginative ways artists work today.