The Museum of Fine Arts latest exhibit, Club Americano invites visitors into the Bernard and Barbara Stern Shapiro Gallery decorated to resemble a 19th century gentlemen lounge filled with artwork exploring the American identity.
Earlier this month, the Museum of Fine Art’s newest exhibition Matisse in the Studio opened to the public, featuring over 70 pieces by Matisse and accompanied by the the objects that inspired them.
The Hirshhorn’s Yayio Kusama: Infinity Mirrors Exhibit promises visitors an encounter with infinity. They might get a bit more than they bargained for with the lines inside, and that might not be such a bad thing.
Past is Present: Revival Jewelry is the newest exhibit at the Museum of Fine Art tracing 4,000 years of jewelry history through the 80 items from jewelers like Cartier and Bulgari.
On Saturday, the Museum of Fine Arts opened its doors to the public, hosting a series of events and speakers in celebration of the Lunar New Year.
Opened to the public on Oct. 9th and running through Jan. 16th of next year, the MFA’s William Merritt Chase exhibit presents the underrepresented work of the great American painter.
On Sept. 17th, the #mfaNOW Overnight Launch Party added a jolt of energy to the Boston nightlife– make sure you don’t miss the next one.
Apparently, Renoir sucks. French Impressionism aside, it’s time to bridge the gap between art for snobs and art for the commoners.
The MFA hosts College Night: MFA After Dark, featuring live music, a photo booth, and free gelato in addition to the exhibits on display.
The Bostonians get spooky for their Halloween Invitational, Aaron Carter returns from the ’90s, and The Beehive hosts a Zombie Prom.