There’s a powerful black bronze torso by Rene Magritte. A dark Grace Hartigan painting called Pallas Athena — Fire (1961), that is possibly a self-portrait. And several vivid Ellsworth Kelly panels on a wall that celebrates recently acquired work from the modern master. In an exhibit of more than 200 pieces — many on display for the first time — the BMA demonstrates new breadth and depth in nearly every area of its collections. The New Arrivals Exhibit will be on display from Sunday, February 7th (Saturday for BMA members) through Sunday, May 8th, 2016.