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Minimalism Frank Stella
Transcript of Minimalism Frank Stella
Facts About Frank Stella
Frank Stella received the National Medal of Arts 2009
Frank Stella's Favorite Quote
"I don't like a lot of the stuff that goes on in the art world, but it's hard to be old and like what goes on around you."
- The Leo Castelli Gallery in New York held Frank Stella's first one-person in 1962.
Studied with Patrick Morgan. Illustrator
Period Of Art
is a place in Poland where there was a synagogue that was destroyed by the Nazis during World War II.
*Born: May 12, 1936
*Birth Place: Malden, Massachusetts
*Death: Frank Stella is still living :)
"Making art is complicated because the categories are always changing. You just have to make your own art, and whatever categories it falls into will come later."
"What you see is what you see."
Similar artist that worked with abstract paintings. Famous Painting was the "Brooklyn Bridge"
Joseph Stella (1877-1946)
Born in Muro Lucano, Italy 1877
Realism to abstraction to surrealism
Art work is in a modernist style
" Pilica II"
*Size: 110 3/4 x 94 3/4 in
*Mixed media assemblage on wood
*Attended Philips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.
*Graduated from Princeton University
Famous "Black Painting " 1967
Size: 381 x 559 mm
Married Barbara Rose in 1962 (:
1959 he gained immediate recognition
mixed media on Fiberglass
Series in 1965-66
Size: 120 x 128 x 4 in
Size: 381 x 559 mm
Famous "Black Paintings" 1959
Started in the 1950s and continued through the Sixties and Seventies.
Minimalism : describe paintings and sculpture that thrive on simplicity in both content and form
Remove any sign of personal expression