Until August, the MFA will challenge gendered fashion conventions through ‘Gender Bending Fashion.’
Prints from Staatliches Bauhaus—the German school of art, architecture, and design open from 1919 to 1933—are featured in Radical Geometries, an exhibit in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts that opened on Feb. 9. It will be open until March 21.
“Normally a museum tells you what you can’t do, but today I am going to tell you what you can do,” said curator Meghan Melvin.
On Sept. 5, the MFA, in partnership with Mass Poetry, will begin a three-month series of workshops open to the public titled Poetry in the Galleries.
For the first time in 50 years, the MFA has undertaken a restoration of two Rembrandt portraits in the “conservation in action” studio. The paintings typically have an important place in the MFA’s collection, and the conservators hope to “gain a deeper understanding of these works” through the restoration process.
Presenting 60 provocative drawings by Austrian artists Gustan Klimt and Egon Schiele, on loan from the Alberti Museum in Vienna, the MFA’s newest exhibit shatters convention and shocks viewers.
Inspired by controversies surrounding Confederate statues, ‘Monuments to Us’ at the MFA presents a collection of works that embody those who are not often represented.