Throughout his life, John Wilson (1922–2015) was drawn to working on paper, printmaking in particular. His messages about black dignity, racial injustice, fatherhood, and family resonate powerfully today. Join curators and others who knew Wilson to explore his life through more than eighty works in the collection and gain a preview into the future of Wilson’s remarkable legacy at the MFA.
This program is scheduled to be an in-person event, however details may be subject to change.
Exclusively for members of Curators Circles: Prints and Drawings