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I didn’t mean to keep track of the last time I was in the MFA’s west wing. Not counting trips to the bookstore, I’m pretty […]
MFA Contemporary Art Wing Opens with Ellsworth Kelly Anchor Exhibit. The Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art is now open, and unlike the museum’s usual […]
The MFA gets hip.
I love a good debate about the arts in the public eye, even when the combatants end up with proverbial black eyes — we don’t […]
The first, and frankly easiest observation to make about the new Jewels, Gems and Treasures: Ancient to Modern exhibition that opened last week at the […]
Thanks to some serious revamping, these five Bay State venues are some of the freshest spots to say “I do.”
As longtime fans of Lykke Li, we naturally had eyes on tickets to her House of Blues show last week. But when the MFA tweeted […]
A freakish plant form has suddenly sprouted at the MFA. Witnesses say it started in the gardens, but quickly spread to the atrium of the […]
By: Joseph Gordon Cleveland Dale Chihuly’s decade-spanning career has been defined more by the virtuosity of his glasswork than the emotional impact the pieces themselves […]
Over the past decade, the Museum of Fine Arts has raised more than $500 million as part of an ambitious plan to reinvent itself. This month, the public finally gets to see what a half-billion dollars gets you these days.
An extended version of the interview with Malcolm Rogers: curator, fundraiser, rabble-rouser, and director of the Museum of Fine Arts.
I DON’T BELIEVE IN LOOKING BACK. AND YOU CAN’T make me. … No trustee ever said to me, “You’ve got to change this, you’ve got […]
One spurious Tintoretto at a time.
Every Tuesday, Matthew Reed Baker will offer his thoughts on the arts and culture scene. This week: The MFA rakes in a ton of cash; […]
Every year, a few hundred of Boston’s best (looking) and brightest (looking) young professionals slap down a few hundred to swan—and later, swing dance—through fine […]