Featured are Four Large-Scale Works Newly Created for MFA Gallery
Exhibition Features Exquisite Custom-made Clothing Created for Barbra Streisand, Celebrities, and Socialites Given by Scaasi to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
First Millet exhibition in more than twenty-five years on view at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Richard Avedon (1923–2004) was the man who brought fashion photography to life. He redefined fashion photography and his lasting contributions are explored in the traveling exhibition Avedon Fashion 1944–2000, a major retrospective devoted exclusively to his work in this medium.
Fresh Ink: Ten Takes on Chinese Tradition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), is a groundbreaking exhibition in which 10 leading contemporary Chinese artists will show works recently created in direct response to masterpieces in the Museum’s world-renowned collection.
Free Community Day on November 20 Welcomes Visitors to The New MFA
LIZ MUNSELL: Today we're inaugurating a sculpture by the Argentinian-born, London-based artist, Amalia Pica. It's called "Now, Speak!" It's a cast concrete lectern, that's a platform for the public's voice and for invited speakers today. Most of them are addressing civil rights issues through their speeches which they've chosen from history. The only requirement of the piece is that the speaker must choose a speech by somebody who has different physical characteristics from them. That way there's an element of displacement and interpretation of history over time.
The following is a transcript of Walter Carrington's January 20, 2014 reading of an excerpt from Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, as part of…
The following is a transcript of Mayor Marty Walsh's opening remarks during the Museum of Fine Art's Martin Luther King, Jr. Open House on January 20…
The following is a transcript of Jeremy Thompson's January 20, 2014 reading of John F. Kennedy's inaugural address, as part of Amalia Pica’s Now…