El Anatsui’s “When I Last Wrote to You About Africa” exhibit has opened at the Wellesley College Davis Museum and Cultural Center will run through June 26. The retrospective includes work from his five decades as an artist, and features works in wood, metal (including found bottlecaps), paint and ceramics.
The Globe interviewed Anatsui and reviews the exhibit here. The exhibit opens in Wellesley and will travel to 3 other museums from here.
Davis Museum admittance is free and open to the public.