Malcolm Rogers CBE is a British-born art curator who has served as the director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston since 1994. In this role he has brought both extensive popularity and controversy to the museum.
Rogers was educated at Oakham School, Magdalen College and Christ Church, Oxford, earning a B.A. with first class honors and a D.Phil. in English. Prior to his position at the MFA, Boston, he worked his way up from librarian to Deputy Director at the National Portrait Gallery in London. An expert on portraiture, he has published extensively on the subject.