Part of what makes Boston, well, Boston, are the incredible museums and exhibits which bring light and culture to our beautiful city. Although there is an array of permanent exhibits throughout Boston, there are a few that come and go too soon.
With that being said, check out these two striking exhibits before they move on to a new city next month!
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA)
Dates: April 15th- July 9th
A collection from the reputable early renaissance painter, Sandro Botticelli, has arrived in The United States for the first time ever and found its way to Boston back in April. The collection features an extraordinary and highly-anticipated life-size depiction of the goddess Venus. Don’t miss this rare chance to see the original works of Sandro Botticelli and witness first-hand how his style evolved throughout the years.
Location: MIT List Visual Arts Center
Dates: May 19th- July 16th
This contemporary exhibit brings together work from twelve, world-renowned artists in order to explore how the human body is shaped, modified, and affected by our interactions with certain objects. Experience this truly thought-provoking collection while it’s still around, as it is set to leave Boston next month. The exhibit is free to the public, so now there is really no excuse not to go!
Artists include: Andrea Büttner, Sophie Calle, Alejandro Cesarco, Jason Dodge, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Antonia Hirsch, Jill Magid, Park McArthur, Lisa Tan, Erika Vogt, Susanne M. Winterling, and Anicka Yi.