Two companion exhibitions explore depictions of the self at MFA Boston. Artists have recorded their likenesses and examined their inner selves through self-portraiture for centuries, documenting changing faces and bodies throughout their lifetimes. On February 8, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), presents two concurrent exhibitions that explore depictions of the self through photography, prints and drawings. Elsa Dorfman: Me and My Camera, in the Herb Ritts Gallery, is the first exhibition to explore autobiography as a significant theme in the work of the beloved Cambridge photographer Elsa Dorfman (born 1937), who is known primarily for her large-format commissioned Polaroid...
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