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In September 2015, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston Twitter feed asked which work of art people would spend the weekend in if they could. I’ve been musing this one for a while, because it’s not immediately obvious to someone whose spiritual home begins and ends with A for Abstract. 373 more words
It is rare that art criticism takes to the streets, but this week in Boston, that is exactly what happened.
On Monday a group of sign-wielding protesters assembled outside the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston demanding that the museums takes the paintings by the French artist Auguste Renoir off their walls. 199 more words
It need not be said that protests usually stem from very recent injustices and cultural epidemics. Thus, a protest of Pierre-Auguste Renoir — the impressionist painter who died in 1919, and painted blurry Europeans in pleasant settings — 414 more words
In what can only be described as an expression against one man’s impressions, Boston-area dissenters with ample amounts of spare time coordinated a diminutive rally outside the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston yesterday. 186 more words