|Facility:||Museum of Fine Arts Boston|
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
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Opened in 1876, the Museum of Fine Arts now includes approximately 450,000 works of art, with a strong emphasis on Asian art, among others. Due to this emphasis, the MFA's Asian art collections are considered some of the finest in the Western world.
Significant renovations since 2010 are ongoing, including a brand new wing, and renovated spaces as well as other significant changes. One of the newly renovated spaces was designed specifically for exhibitions of the Japanese collections at the MFA.
This page lists all current and upcoming exhibitions, as well as those upcoming exhibitions that are scheduled and ready to be publicized. These include all Asian collections' exhibitions.
This lists all upcoming events occurring at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston open to the public. These include free tours in multiple languages as well as other events.
A collection of multimedia-based options allowing online users to explore the MFA's collections and exhibitions in greater detail. These include online discussions, close examinations of works from the museum's collections, videos exploring art techniques, interviews of artists, and more.
The Japanese collections at the Museum of Fine Arts are among the finest and most varied of any museum in the world. Their collection is also one of the most well documented and digitized and is an excellent resource for online research. Its principal Japanese collections include: