Marlon Forrester

Marlon Forrester (painting) received a BFA from The School of The Museum of Fine Arts Boston/Tufts University (’08) and Master of Fine Arts from Yale School of Art (’10). His work has been included in exhibitions in the United States and in Boston at Violence Transformed (’12), The Museum for The National Center For African American Artist (’12); Hallspace Gallery (’12); Bunker Hill Community College (’13), Samson Projects (’11) Medicine Wheel Gallery, (13). Spoke Gallery (13) Forrester’s work explores the corporate use of the black male body in sports (basketball), his paintings, mixed media works, sculptures, installations and video are mediations on the black male figure experience in America. He teaches in Boston Public Schools, and has led workshops at various colleges, universities, and high schools. His works are in corporate and private collections.

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