It’s not too often that baseball and fine art go hand-in-hand, but at the Grandstand to Gallery Exhibition at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, that’s exactly the case.
Celebrating 100 years of Fenway Park history, this year the two organizations decided to honor the ballpark by featuring a gallery of Fenway art submitted by fans. Ultimately, six photographs were chosen from 700 submissions broken up into three categories — portraits, landscapes and curveballs. Three were chosen by the director of the MFA, and three were voted on by the fans.
Fenway and the MFA have shared the same neighborhood for those 100 years, so if you, too, are a connoisseur of fine art, you can check out Jenny Dell‘s experience at the gallery in the video above.