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The MFA is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world; the collection encompasses nearly 500,000 works of art. We welcome more than one million visitors each year to experience art from ancient Egyptian to contemporary, special exhibitions, and innovative educational programs.

Ruth Asawa overcame great adversity to achieve renown as an artist.Born in California to Japanese parents on this day in...
01/24/2020

Ruth Asawa overcame great adversity to achieve renown as an artist.

Born in California to Japanese parents on this day in 1926, Asawa and her family were forcibly moved to concentration camps during WWII as part of the U.S. government’s internment of people of Japanese ancestry. Later, she was denied opportunities that would qualify her as an art teacher. In 1946, however, she began studying at Black Mountain College with Anni and Josef Albers and visionary architect Buckminster Fuller.

A trip to Mexico in 1947 led Asawa to experiment with the technique of wire-looping, inspired by traditional Mexican basket weaving. The resulting forms, hovering suspended from the ceiling as seen here, became her signature style.

See "Untitled (S 407)" (about 1952) in "Women Take the Floor," now on view: http://bit.ly/2God39X

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
01/23/2020

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

A street musician leaves a café, awkwardly clutching her guitar and parcel of cherries. Edouard Manet witnessed the scen...
01/23/2020

A street musician leaves a café, awkwardly clutching her guitar and parcel of cherries. Edouard Manet witnessed the scene and asked the woman to pose for him. When she refused, Manet restaged the moment in his studio, casting in her place his favorite model, Victorine Meurent, who was an artist in her own right. When the painting was exhibited in 1863, novelist and critic Emile Zola praised the work for its “simplicity and precision.”

🎨: “Street Singer” (about 1862) by Manet, born on this day in 1832

From a heartwarming anime ghost story to a neo-noir thriller, 10 of the best feature films recently produced in Japan ar...
01/23/2020
Boston Festival of Films from Japan

From a heartwarming anime ghost story to a neo-noir thriller, 10 of the best feature films recently produced in Japan are screening at the MFA throughout February. Don't miss our third-annual Boston Festival of Films from Japan, made possible through our partnership with UNIQLO USA!

Join us for a vibrant showcase of the very best recent films produced in Japan.

Ring in the Year of the Rat at our free Lunar New Year celebration on February 1! Explore Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese...
01/22/2020
Lunar New Year Celebration

Ring in the Year of the Rat at our free Lunar New Year celebration on February 1! Explore Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese traditions while enjoying a variety of activities, demonstrations and performances throughout the day, sponsored by Chase.

Ring in the Year of the Rat at the MFA!

#TriviaTuesday: What famed artist took this photograph, "Tenement Dwellers, Chicago, Illinois," in 1950? See it in our t...
01/21/2020

#TriviaTuesday: What famed artist took this photograph, "Tenement Dwellers, Chicago, Illinois," in 1950? See it in our teen-curated exhibition "Black Histories, Black Futures," now on view: http://bit.ly/2RrKD4g

The MFA's first teen-curated exhibition of collection works is now on view! "Black Histories, Black Futures," a centerpi...
01/20/2020

The MFA's first teen-curated exhibition of collection works is now on view! "Black Histories, Black Futures," a centerpiece of our 150th anniversary celebration, was organized by local high-school students through a partnership with BAM Boston and The BASE: http://bit.ly/38hKCq7

🎨: "Savoy: Leon & Willa Mae" (1989), Richard Yarde

Now on view! 👀 This is a rare work by the first free African American painter to earn a professional reputation, Joshua ...
01/20/2020

Now on view! 👀 This is a rare work by the first free African American painter to earn a professional reputation, Joshua Johnson. Johnson worked in Baltimore almost exclusively as a portraitist, depicting the city's affluent, mostly white, merchants, officials, military officers, and several of his neighbors.⁣

🎨: "Elizabeth (Mrs. Andrew) Aitkin and her Daughter Eliza" (about 1805)

Paul Cézanne's wife, Hortense Fiquet, was his most frequent model—he painted nearly 30 portraits of her. Here, the compr...
01/19/2020

Paul Cézanne's wife, Hortense Fiquet, was his most frequent model—he painted nearly 30 portraits of her. Here, the compressed space and blank facial expression make the sitter appear at once close and distant. Green touches of paint on her face cover more naturalistic shadows, contributing to the work’s distinctively modern character, and resonate with Cézanne’s own description of his work as a “harmony parallel to nature.” #HeartArt

🎨: "Madame Cézanne in a Red Armchair" (about 1877), oil on canvas

Fred Wilson has used mirrors as objects through which to challenge notions of race, social perception and history. "Iago...
01/18/2020

Fred Wilson has used mirrors as objects through which to challenge notions of race, social perception and history. "Iago's Mirror" (2009) is composed of four ornate, stacked Murano glass mirrors, coated on the reverse with black rather than traditional silver. The title alludes to Iago, the duplicitous and double-crossing villain in Shakespeare's "Othello." Through racist and deceitful manipulation, Iago leads his superior officer Othello, the black Muslim military commander of the Venetian outpost of Cyprus, to commit suicide. Wilson taps into the racially charged history of this play, in which Othello—perhaps the most famous black character in all of English literature—has often been played by white actors. #HeartArt

Learn more about this object during our free MLK Day community celebration on January 20!

Unlike photographs that document the immediate consequences of war and displacement, Gohar Dashti's work prompts viewers...
01/18/2020

Unlike photographs that document the immediate consequences of war and displacement, Gohar Dashti's work prompts viewers to contemplate the impact of these events on human lives over time. Crafting highly staged architectural and natural landscapes, the artist composes gradually unfolding dramas about topics of perpetual concern: home, belonging, exile and refuge.

Join the artist on Sunday (January 19) for a tour in the exhibition "Reimagining Home: Photographs by Bahman Jalali and Gohar Dashti," now on view: http://bit.ly/38eOlVG

01/17/2020
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Where do young people belong in a 150-year-old museum? In the center.

"Black Histories, Black Futures" was curated by local high school students Armani Rivas, Jen Rosa, Destiny Santiago-Mitchell and Jadon Smith, who received curatorial training at the MFA through a new partnership with BAM Boston and The BASE. Jadon, Jen and Armani stopped by the Museum this week for installation and a sneak peek 👀

The exhibition opens during our Martin Luther King Jr. Day community celebration on January 20: http://bit.ly/2svYMoq

"There’s a new group of art curators at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and most of them are still in high school." — B...
01/16/2020
Youth curators of color shine in ‘Black Histories, Black Futures’ at MFA - The Bay State Banner

"There’s a new group of art curators at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and most of them are still in high school." — Bay State Banner

There’s a new group of art curators at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and most of them are still in high school. “Black Histories, Black Futures,” opening at the museum Jan. 20, showcases the talents of young scholars as part of new partnership between the MFA and local youth empowerment org...

Looking to try something new in 2020? Fuel your curiosity with our upcoming programs! Here’s just a sampling of the topi...
01/16/2020
Lectures & Courses at MFA Boston

Looking to try something new in 2020? Fuel your curiosity with our upcoming programs! Here’s just a sampling of the topics you can explore:

🎉 The MFA’s 150-year history
👑 Basquiat’s contributions to hip-hop culture
💀 Spirituality in the art of Hyman Bloom
🤳 Self-portraits across time

No prior knowledge required! Just sign up and we’ll take it from there.

Fuel your curiosity with a variety of programs at the Museum.

Meta Warrick Fuller was a prominent African American sculptor who persisted in her career despite multiple obstacles, in...
01/15/2020

Meta Warrick Fuller was a prominent African American sculptor who persisted in her career despite multiple obstacles, including racism, sexism and natural disaster. Raised in a middle-class Philadelphia family, Fuller was encouraged by her parents to pursue art from an early age. As a young artist in Paris, she received career advice from renowned French sculptor Auguste Rodin and forged a friendship with civil rights activist W.E.B. Du Bois. Over her long career, Fuller gained prominence for sculptures that expertly convey emotion, character and movement, while also demonstrating a commitment to social activist causes.

Engage with Fuller's work during our free MLK Day community celebration on January 20, where visitors will be invited to look closely at the artist's sculpture in "Women Take the Floor" and then create their own clay portrait of a family member or friend. Sponsored by Citizens Bank: http://bit.ly/2FOHMNl

📷: "Bust of a Woman (Partial cast of 'Emancipation')" (1913), Collection of the Museum of the National Center of Afro‑American Artists

🚨 Final weekend alert! 🚨 "Ancient Nubia Now" reflects the latest scholarship on a powerful African civilization whose st...
01/15/2020

🚨 Final weekend alert! 🚨 "Ancient Nubia Now" reflects the latest scholarship on a powerful African civilization whose story, until recently, has been largely distorted by racial prejudices and cultural bias. Don't miss your last chance to see this thought-provoking exhibition, only on view through Monday, January 20: http://bit.ly/2QEtbds

Pictured: Winged Isis pectoral, Napatan Period, reign of Amaninatakelebte, 538–519 B.C.E.

Thank you to our lead sponsor Bank of America.

"Make Believe" is closing soon! The exhibition highlights five contemporary photographers who stage fantastical scenes f...
01/14/2020

"Make Believe" is closing soon! The exhibition highlights five contemporary photographers who stage fantastical scenes for the camera to address a wide range of social and cultural issues—including the role of women in the Middle East, climate change and the passage from childhood to adolescence: http://bit.ly/36Gf254

📷: "Untitled" from the series "Miss Butterfly" (2011), Shadi Ghadirian

#TriviaTuesday: This figure (Goryeo dynasty, 13th–14th centuries) on view in our Arts of Korea Gallery portrays a Buddhi...
01/14/2020

#TriviaTuesday: This figure (Goryeo dynasty, 13th–14th centuries) on view in our Arts of Korea Gallery portrays a Buddhist monk or a ______, a disciple of Buddha.

As part of our free MLK Day community celebration on January 20, we're hosting tours of art by African Americans such as...
01/13/2020

As part of our free MLK Day community celebration on January 20, we're hosting tours of art by African Americans such as Sam Gilliam, whose work is currently on view in "Contemporary Art: Five Propositions." Thanks to Citizens Bank for making a day of free performances, art making and much more possible! http://bit.ly/3a8scKa

📷: "Balance" (1970)

Like her contemporaries who worked on flat canvases, Toshiko Takaezu brushed, splashed, dripped and poured her colors on...
01/13/2020

Like her contemporaries who worked on flat canvases, Toshiko Takaezu brushed, splashed, dripped and poured her colors onto the surface of her ceramics. Her abstracted sculptural forms simultaneously convey a sense of movement and spontaneity, as well as tranquility and contemplation.

See seven of her works (made in the 1980s and 1990s) in "Women Take the Floor," now on view: http://bit.ly/35DB5bh

Although every Qur’an contains the same carefully preserved Arabic text, the script used to write it can differ tremendo...
01/12/2020

Although every Qur’an contains the same carefully preserved Arabic text, the script used to write it can differ tremendously. This Qur’an (Northern Nigeria, about 1830–80) is written in a script known as maghribi, developed in North Africa more than 1,000 years ago. Its name comes from the term Maghreb, from the Arabic word for “west,” used by Arab geographers to describe the area of northern Africa west of Egypt.

See this work in our new "Arts of Islamic Cultures" gallery.

In 1877, John Singer Sargent, then only 21 years old, spent the summer in Cancale on the coast of Brittany sketching fis...
01/12/2020

In 1877, John Singer Sargent, then only 21 years old, spent the summer in Cancale on the coast of Brittany sketching fisherfolk. He sent his first completed painting, "Fishing for Oysters at Cancale," a finished sketch, to New York for display at the newly-formed Society of American Artists. Critics praised the work, the first Sargent painting to be exhibited in America, for its silvery hue and almost palpable marine atmosphere.

Sargent was born on this day in 1856. See the artist's work on view in our Art of the Americas Wing.

🎨: "Fishing for Oysters at Cancale" (1878), oil on canvas

Which artists stand the test of time—and who decides? Buffie Johnson's "Reflections" (about 1955) was among more than 15...
01/11/2020

Which artists stand the test of time—and who decides? Buffie Johnson's "Reflections" (about 1955) was among more than 150 works of contemporary American art that were acquired by the MFA as part of its Provisional Collection (1941–1957), a mid-century experiment that allowed the Museum to hold works without adding them to the permanent collection until it could be determined that they had stood the “test of time.”

Learn more about this mid-century experiment in our "Collecting Stories" exhibition: http://bit.ly/2FzhrTt

Now open, "Reimagining Home" features work by Bahman Jalali (1944–2010) and Gohar Dashti (b. 1980), two photographers of...
01/11/2020

Now open, "Reimagining Home" features work by Bahman Jalali (1944–2010) and Gohar Dashti (b. 1980), two photographers of different generations with a rich shared history—as Iranians, as teacher and student, and as artists with deep knowledge of documentary photography: http://bit.ly/36Fx9Z4

📷: "Untitled," from the "Home series" (2017), Gohar Dashti

The center of Eldzier Cortor's composition in "Room No. V" (1948) focuses on a female nude reflected in a mirror of a la...
01/10/2020

The center of Eldzier Cortor's composition in "Room No. V" (1948) focuses on a female nude reflected in a mirror of a large wooden dresser. “[T]he Black woman,” he declared, "represents the Black race... she is the Black Spirit; she conveys a feeling of eternity and continuance of life.”

Cortor was born on this day in 1916. See more of his work in "Black Histories, Black Futures," curated by teen scholars and opening on January 20 during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day community celebration at the MFA: http://bit.ly/30aENYP

In this heartbreaking illustration for Hans Christian Andersen’s "The Story of a Mother," published about 1910, Kay Niel...
01/09/2020

In this heartbreaking illustration for Hans Christian Andersen’s "The Story of a Mother," published about 1910, Kay Nielsen shows us the beauty and intensity of a mother's love for her child. On a quest to rescue her sick child from Death, a young mother grabs a frozen hawthorn bush to thaw its branches; she clutches them so fiercely that her body is pierced by its thorns and blood drips on the snow.

Don't miss your last chance to see the artist's magical and captivating book illustrations in "Kay Nielsen's Enchanted Vision: The Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection." The exhibition closes January 20: http://bit.ly/2Frfvwh

For centuries, painters and sculptors have turned to the cadaver and the anatomy lesson in order to understand the struc...
01/08/2020

For centuries, painters and sculptors have turned to the cadaver and the anatomy lesson in order to understand the structure of the human form. Knowing the body’s inner workings and the relationships between bone and muscle allowed them to represent it correctly, with all its intricacies of pose and movement.

See this 15th-century depiction of an anatomy lesson in our exhibition "Hyman Bloom: Matters of Life and Death," on view through February: http://bit.ly/37BheuZ

🎨: "Anatomy Lesson" from Johannes de Ketham’s "Fascicolo di medicina" (Italian, 15th century) by an unidentified artist, printed and published by Joannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis

Join us on January 20 for our annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration and enjoy free admission all day long! An ar...
01/08/2020
Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Join us on January 20 for our annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration and enjoy free admission all day long! An array of vibrant programs, performances and activities for all ages will take place throughout the day, sponsored by Citizens Bank.

Join us for a day of celebration with free general admission for all.

#TriviaTuesday: Mythological scenes can be seen on this Hittite (Anatolian) object, made between 1650–1200 B.C.E. What t...
01/07/2020

#TriviaTuesday: Mythological scenes can be seen on this Hittite (Anatolian) object, made between 1650–1200 B.C.E. What type of object is it?

A statement from Matthew Teitelbaum, Ann and Graham Gund Director:"Artistic and cultural heritage is rooted in the narra...
01/06/2020

A statement from Matthew Teitelbaum, Ann and Graham Gund Director:

"Artistic and cultural heritage is rooted in the narrative of specific nations and peoples, but is a legacy for our entire world. It is a powerful reminder of our shared humanity, and any attack on cultural sites is an attack on all of us. Around the world, great works of art are under constant threat of destruction and must be protected. The preservation of antiquities and cultural sites should not be endangered by any U.S. administration.

We are proud to display five millennia of Iranian art in our collection galleries and special exhibitions. As an educational institution, we have a responsibility to inform our visitors of the universal importance of our collections and the values they represent. We stand for the common cause of all people to preserve the past and safeguard it for future generations."

Pictured: Double-shelled ewer (early 13th century), Iran

This terracotta is Clodion's small-scale sketch for a life-size plaster—one of his most important late works—that he exh...
01/05/2020

This terracotta is Clodion's small-scale sketch for a life-size plaster—one of his most important late works—that he exhibited at the Salon of 1801, in Paris. The sculpture, titled "The Flood," depicts a father carrying his son as he struggles against the waves to find a higher elevation. Clodion intentionally selected the heroic subject matter in an attempt to secure a commission from the new consular government of France, headed by Napoléon Bonaparte. Although he earned a first-class medal for his work, the commission never materialized, and the original plaster has disappeared. #HeartArt

Over the course of his career, Neil Welliver painted the varying landscape of his property in Lincolnville, Maine. An ar...
01/04/2020

Over the course of his career, Neil Welliver painted the varying landscape of his property in Lincolnville, Maine. An artist and farmer by trade, he would hike for miles to make plein-air studies for later works, carrying 75 pounds of equipment on his back. Rather than the immense vistas characteristic of earlier 19th-century landscape paintings, Welliver often focused on the land’s grittier details. #HeartArt

🎨: "Gould's Hill," 1972, oil on canvas

Marsden Hartley completed "Black Duck" (1940–41) after moving back to Maine, where he was born on this day in 1877. Insp...
01/04/2020

Marsden Hartley completed "Black Duck" (1940–41) after moving back to Maine, where he was born on this day in 1877. Inspired by the state's mountains and coasts, as well as by its local inhabitants, he created bold and expressive works that finally brought him the critical attention he had long sought.

See the work in "Collecting Stories: A Mid-Century Experiment": http://bit.ly/2sGkSEU

Today, the MFA's Catalonian Chapel Gallery is dedicated to our beloved colleague and passionate medievalist Chris Newth,...
01/03/2020

Today, the MFA's Catalonian Chapel Gallery is dedicated to our beloved colleague and passionate medievalist Chris Newth, with deepest gratitude for his 17 years of service to the Museum. From managing installation schedules and budgets to leading Star Wars-themed programs on the collection, Chris has shaped the MFA in both large and small ways, making many friends along the way. We wish him the best on his new adventure as the Associate Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Princeton University Art Museum!

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I visited the Ancient Nubia Now exhibit and was greatly impressed by the exhibit and the art. To hear the story of how things and been misrepersented down through the years and the work is being done to understand the history and the culture was great. Thanks to MFA for the work to raise the profile and attempting to get it right.
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Shona Stone Sculptures
El Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston expone una portada románica que fue arrancada hace más de cien años de la fachada de una iglesia española. El pueblo no lo sabía y quieren su portada. Muy mal por el Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston comprar arte robado
MAL EJEMPLO DEL MUSEO DE BELLAS ARTES DE BOSTON. Vea, en la primera foto, la portada románica expoliada a un pueblo declarado Patrimonio Histórico. La siguiente foto se ve la portada expuesta en el museo y pierde la belleza y el sentido en ese desafortunado montaje. TRISTE HISTORIA Y TRISTE PARA EL MUSEO DE BELLAS ARTES DE BOSTON, TENER EN SUS SALAS UNA PORTADA QUE FUE ARRANCADA POR ENGAÑO DE LA IGLESIA ESPAÑOLA. Las personas de Aragon quieren su patrimonio artístico que heredaron de sus antepasados y esa portada y otros muchos tesoros artísticos robados, quieren recuperarlos por dignidad y justicia. Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston, esa portada no os pertenece. NO OLVIDEN QUE FUE ARRANCADA CON UN POR ENGAÑOSO TRATO.