The search took more than a year, but Boston's Museum of Fine Arts has finally hired a new director.
The MFA's Board of Trustees has selected Toronto's Matthew Teitelbaum to fill the rather large shoes of Malcolm Rogers, who led the MFA for more than two decades.
- "Teitelbaum has directed the AGO since 1998, and Tarlow says he transformed that institution. Teitelbaum raised hundreds of millions of dollars, oversaw a $300 million expansion by Toronto-born architect Frank Gehry, and added about 60,000 new works to the museum’s permanent collection."
This segment aired on April 9, 2015.