Frank Stella


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United States minimalist painter (born in 1936)

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Artists invited include Alexander Calder, Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Sandro Chia, Jenny Holzer and David Hockney.
The exhibition was organised by The Museum of Modern Art in New York and includes work by over 40 artists, including Ellsworth Kelly, Gerhard Richter, Frank Stella, Yves Klein, Richard Serra and John Baldessari.
This is the first stop on a world tour of these vehicles, painted by artists Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg.
There are two problems in painting" said American artist Frank Stella (b.
Art works by Frank Stella, Dale Chihuly, David Hockney and Henry Moore, amongst others can be found throughout the hotel.
The cake-icing simile is as unavoidable here as the pinstripe-suit implications are in early Frank Stella.
This experience, short as it was, led to a lifetime's collaboration with visual artists including Frank Stella and Alexander Calder.
In the 1960s, as art turned minimal and "literal," Porter also showed how painting could still be relevant without appealing to the mazes of Frank Stella.
I immediately thought of the sculpture-like paintings of Frank Stella.
More than 100 prints and etchings from contemporary masters such as Henri Matisse, Salvador Dali, Marc Chagall, Frank Stella and Sam Francis were available to view and buy.
Childs's Judson days ended in 1966 when she moved to the upper West Side of New York, making a new circle of friends that included visual artists Larry Poons, Kenneth Noland, Frank Stella and Barnett Newman.
Here she worked with such giants of the world of sculpture as Frank Stella and Frank Gaylord who is responsible for the Korean War Memorial.
Strickland's chapters on the visual artists center on Robert Rauschenberg, Ad Reinhardt, Barnett Newman, Ellsworth Kelly, and Frank Stella, highlighting the important works and techniques associated with each, but overwhelming the reader with details.