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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Entrance of the MFA exhibit Who holds up the sky?

The Museum of Fine Arts captures the war against Ukraine in new exhibit

Juliana Pinto, Journal Contributor February 7, 2023

The Museum of Fine Arts introduced a new exhibit that ignites the elements of awareness and heartache from the war in Ukraine, as the world approaches the one year anniversary of Russia’s invasion. “Who...

New Cy Twombly exhibit brings contemporary art to the MFA.

A new take on modern art at the MFA

William Fithian, Journal Contributor February 7, 2023

The Museum of Fine Arts opened a new exhibit, “Making Past Present: Cy Twombly,” on Jan. 14, commemorating Cy Twombly and his creative vision. Located on the second floor in the Linde Family Wing...

Bostons Museum of Fine Arts opens their new conservation science to the public.

MFA merges conservation science and art

Julia Capraro, Staff Writer November 15, 2022

The Museum of Fine Arts celebrated the science of art conservation this year with a behind-the-scenes look at its own conservation center this past weekend in the “Conservation Up Close” event. The...

Various new paintings on display via the two new exhibits at Bostons MFA.

The Museum of Fine Arts welcomes two new exhibits

Keely Menyhart, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

The Museum of Fine Arts Boston brought a new touch of modernism in Frank Bowling’s “Americas” which opened on Oct. 22, and “Body Awareness: Maria Lassnig’s Experimental Films” that debuted...

Barack Obama, 2018. Oil on canvas by Kehinde Wiley

The end of a presidential tour: Obama portraits on display at MFA

Keely Menyhart, Journal Contributior September 28, 2022

The stark blueish purple walls meet the eyes of patrons at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts as they enter the large gallery, finally being in the same room as the Barack and Michelle Obama portraits that...

Claude Monets The Water Lily Pond, on display at the MFA through March 28.

MFA’s ‘Monet and Boston: Lasting Impression’ brings warmth to the city

Kaylie Scalze , Staff Writer March 16, 2021

In the midst of a mundane pandemic-ruled winter Bostonians have had to endure, the “Monet and Boston: Lasting Impression” exhibit brings life, color and vibrancy to the city. The Museum of Fine...

Preview: Basquiat MFA exhibit, a series of firsts

Preview: Basquiat MFA exhibit, a series of firsts

Abby O'Connor, Asst. Arts and Culture Editor October 13, 2020

The Museum of Fine Arts’ (MFA) newest exhibition “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation” is an installation of firsts.  Originally scheduled to debut in April of 2020, “Writing...

Ensemble from the Annodami collection by Alessandro Tricone. Spring/Summer 2017.

New MFA exhibit highlights relationship between gender and fashion

Emily Devlin March 27, 2019

On March 21, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) opened the Gender Bending Fashion Exhibit, which explores fashion and gender over the years. Outside the exhibit is a timeline detailing fashion and...

 “Self-Portrait with Hummingbird Necklace” (1940) by Frida Kahlo

The Museum of Fine Arts reveals its first Frida Kahlo exhibit

Harper Wayne February 27, 2019

Many people know the artist Frida Kahlo for her iconic unibrow, her self-portrait paintings and her poetry. Now, for the first time in Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) is holding an exhibition, “Frida...

“The Night is Short, Walk On Girl” plays at MFA Japanese film festival

Rika Saito February 21, 2019

On Valentine’s Day, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) screened the film “The Night is Short, Walk On Girl” as a part of the Boston Festival of Films from Japan. The movie, which was played in Japanese...

Chris DeGusto / News Editor

Takashi Murakami brings Japanese art and culture to Boston

Chris DeGusto October 18, 2017

Usually a quiet and serene setting, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) was anything but traditional on Friday night, as Boston’s best-known epicenter for creativity hosted an enthralling installation to its...

Courtesy of Facebook user Do Not Resist

Hard truths: Hard to resist

James MacDonald November 10, 2016

Craig Atkinson, with credits in award-winning documentaries such as "Detropia,"made his disquieting directorial debut with “Do Not Resist,” a documentary film that made its Boston debut at the Museum...

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