at the MFA
Degas and the Nude
Through February 5, 2012
“Deeply absorbing, illuminating, very dramatic.”
— The New Yorker
Presentation of the exhibition in Boston is made possible by Bank of America.
The exhibition is organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
and the Musée d’Orsay, Paris.
Edgar Degas, La Toilette (detail), 1884–86. Pastel over monotype laid down on board.
Ellsworth Kelly: Wood Sculpture
Through March 4, 2012
“Beautiful, quiet, and spare…Believe me, it’s worth it.”
— The Wall Street Journal
With generous support from the MFA Associates/MFA Senior Associates Exhibition
Endowment Fund, the Barbara Jane Anderson Fund, the Robert and Jane Burke Fund
for Exhibitions and an Anonymous donor.
Ellsworth Kelly, Form in Relief, 1958. Walnut. Private Collection.
Photo: Jerry L. Thompson, courtesy of the artist. © Ellsworth Kelly.
Aphrodite and the Gods of Love
Through February 20, 2012
“Smart and sexy.”
— The Boston Globe
This exhibition is sponsored by United Technologies Corporation.
Statuette of Aphrodite emerging from the sea (detail), Greek or Roman, Eastern Mediterranean,
Hellenistic or Imperial Period, 1st century BC or 1st century AD. Marble probably from the
Greek Island of Paros. Frank B. Bemis Fund.
All images copyright Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, unless otherwise noted.
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Museum of Fine Arts Boston