Frank Stella / Andrianna Campbell, Kate Nesin, Lucas Blalock, Terry Richardson
- Contemporary artists
- Interview: Andrianna Campbell in conversation with Frank Stella -- Survey: So what are you made of? And where do you come from? (A speculative survey of Frank Stella's practice) / Kate Nesin -- Focus: Scarlatti K / Lucas Blalock, -- Studio visit / Terry Richardson -- Artist's writings -- Lecture in Havanna, 2016 -- Chronology.
- Initially influenced by the work of the abstract expressionists, Frank Stella subsequently rejected the movement in favour of more radical forms. In 1960, Stella presented his first series of aluminium paintings at Leo Castelli, causing the first upset in a long history of experiments that saw him tackling minimalism, post-painterly abstraction, and public art. This book examines Stella's life and career in the context of the contemporary art world, featuring works from his recent blockbuster museum exhibitions as well as landmark works from throughout his career. The book includes a complete visual reportage of Stella's studio in upstate New York, shot by Terry Richardson.
- 9780714874593 (paperback) and 0714874590 (paperback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 134-135, 157).
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