Posted by: hlacentralma | May 5, 2016

Pairing Picassos: Accessible FM Tour at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

 Picasso  Visiting Masterpieces:  Pairing Picassos

 Rescheduled for Saturday, 5/21   at 10:30.  Registration is open.

Rescheduled for Saturday, 5/21 at 10:30. Registration is open.

This dossier exhibition centers on pairing and juxtaposing works by Pablo Picasso (1881–1973). A loan of four major works from the Fondation Beyeler in Basel, Switzerland, and loans from private collections will complement the MFA’s holdings of painting and sculpture by the artist, looking at different stages of his career and his exploration of form.

Visiting Masterpieces: Pairing Picasso” offers a unique opportunity to study the artist’s range of techniques and styles, with themes including the stylistic transformation of the human figure, variation of a single subject across works, and emulation of revered artistic forebears.

How to Pre-Register for Hear@Boston Guided Tours

Attendance is limited and pre-registration is required. To pre-register or for more information, email lwarren@mfa.org or phone 617-369-3302.

When you register, please indicate the following:

  • the name and date of the tour in the subject line.
  • if you would like a neck loop or a head set.

Registered participants will receive a confirmation prior to the date of the tour with entrance and cancellation information. Participants who register for accessible tours but cannot attend should note the cancellation policy on the confirmation to ensure that listening equipment is available to other visitors.

Late registrations cannot be accepted. Those who have not pre-registered may only join a tour on a standby basis and will be turned away if registration is full. Tours will begin promptly at start time. Attendees should arrive 15 minutes prior to start time.

We strongly recommend that new users of the FM system consult with their audiologist to become familiar with the t-coil feature on their hearing aids and cochlear implants.

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