paperbound, square 4to 172 pp., num colour plates tekst, notres, chronology, bibliography, illustrations; VG condition. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: Artwork by Frank Stella. Edited by William Rubin.
From Library Journal:
In 1970, at age 34, Stella became the youngest artist to be given a full-scale retrospective at MOMA. His second retrospective there is celebrated by this expensive catalog, whose author is director of painting and sculpture at the museum. The new show covers the artist's "second career," marked by a shift away from the simple geometrical patterns of Stella's earlier minimalist canvases toward powerful constructivist-inspired, mixed media paintings on aluminum and etched magnesium. Essential for collections strong in contempoary art, especially those with the catlog of the first exhibit, also authored by Rubin. Russell T. Clement, Brigham Young Univ. Lib., Provo, Ut.
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Titel: Frank Stella 1970-1987
Verlag: New York, The Museum of Modern Art
Buchbeschreibung Exh. cat. tent.; Paris (Centre Georges Pompidou) 1988; 63 pp.; illustrated exhibition catalogue with texts in French by William Rubin and Christian Derouet; softcover; 30 x 21 cm; (keywords: William Rubin, Christian Derouet); [near] FINE COPY [ Art / international artist Exhibition ]. Artikel-Nr. #81499