Museum of Fine Art

Fuse Film Review: “Natural Sciences” — A Journey into the Argentinian Lower Depths

March 11, 2015
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Written and directed by feature film newcomer Matais Lucchesi, Natural Sciences is a cautionary tale: be careful what you wish for.

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Film Review: Essential Francois Truffaut — “The Green Room” and “The Man Who Loved Women”

December 20, 2013
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The Museum of Fine Arts’ retrospective of the films of Francois Truffaut offers an opportunity to see some rarely screened late works by this master of 20th-century cinema.

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Food Muse: Pictures At An Exhibition, Exhibitionist Food–Luis Melendez At The MFA and Tapas At Toro

April 4, 2010
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What is the food that Luis Melendez paints? Is it food? More than food? Less than perfect food? Food stand-ins for something else? What is this stuff called “every species of food produced by the Spanish climate”? Is it about the food or something beyond, beyond the canvas? by Sally Levitt Steinberg What fruits! What…

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