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Franck Stella

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Frank Stella is born in Malden, Massachusetts (US) in 1936. He studies art at the Phillips Academy (Andover, Massachusetts) and at Princeton University. In 1950, Stella rejects the lyricism of abstract expressionists. He moves to New York and becomes friends with Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg, and with the architects Richard Meier and Philip Johnson. His first solo exhibition, where he . . .

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Lithograph de Stella Franck : The gallant Indies
The gallant Indies
1973 Offset lithograph, signed and dated, published by Petersburg Press Ltd, London. Axsom n° 86

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
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To read about the artist :
  • « Frank Stella », cat. d'expo. Ed. CAPC Bordeaux, 1980
  • « Frank Stella », W. Rubin, Museum of Modern Art, NY, 1987
  • « Frank Stella », A. Pacquement, Ed. Flammarion, 1988
  • « Frank Stella », Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 1988
  • « Frank Stella », A. Pacquement, Ed. Flammarion, 1999
  • « Frank Stella », A. Arbor University of Michigan Press, 2000
  • « Frank Stella : Retrospective », collectif, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Ed. Hatje Cantz, 2012
  • « Frank Stella : A Retrospective », M. Auping et autres, Ed. Yale University Press, 2015
  • « La chapelle Stella », P. Bourrier et autres, Ed. Bernard Chauveau, 2016
  • « Frank Stella », A. Campbell, Kate Nesin, Phaidon Press Ltd ., 2018
To read from the artist :
  • « Had Gadya » interview par Edna Moshenson, The Tel Aviv Museum, 1986
  • « Frank Stella…», in video : Anderson Ranch Arts center & Blouin ArtInfo, 2015
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Mouvements de l'art

  • + MINIMAL ART / 1962-1980 / Ad Reinhadt, Robert Morris, Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, Carl André, Richard Tuttle, Robert Ryman, Alan Charlton, etc.
  • + OPTICAL ART / 1955-1968 / Nicolas Schöffer (cybernetic art), Larry Poons, Bridget Riley, etc.
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