May 30, 2019 | By Louise Squire
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Coinciding with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Museum of Fine Arts has unveiled a fascinating exhibition dedicated to the color pink. Entitled “Think Pink,” this retrospective delves into the history of the color and its changing meaning throughout both art and fashion. Showcased here is a compilation of clothing, accessories, illustrations and paintings that reflect the evolution of style and the advances in color technology. Also displayed is a collection of dresses and accessories from Evelyn Lauder, a key figure in the association of the color pink with breast cancer awareness. Stop by during the month of October to see the exquisite MFA illuminated in pink. A can’t miss. –Sarah Ryan Hecht
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On view through May 26, 2014
Photos © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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