Everyone Is Falling in Love with “Frank Bowling”

The Boston Globe’s review of “Frank Bowling’s Americas” calls it a “pivotal show” with “glorious, color-drenched canvases” that pull you in.

Now on view, the exhibition explores how the British Guiana–born artist paved new routes into abstraction between 1966 and 1975, when New York City was his primary place of residence.

You can learn even more about Bowling’s journey of artistic self-determination in the accompanying catalogue and in a free program on December 1, featuring artist Firelei Báez, for whom Bowling’s work provides a touchstone.