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Paper Stories, Layered Dreams - The Art of Ekua Holmes
Illustrating histories through portraits of radiance and resilience
A lifelong resident of Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood, Ekua Holmes (b. 1955) is an artist and community activist whose body of work explores themes of childhood, family bonds, memory, and resilience. This exhibition focuses on her award-winning children’s book illustrations—vibrant collages revealing stories of self-determination, love, and community that reflect the artist’s distinctive vision and commitment to Black imagery and representation.
The more than 40 works on view includeView more
Included with General Admission
465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
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