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A friend and colleague of Frank Stella's for forty years, Sidney Guberman presents a unique view of this seminal figure of contemporary American art. Undaunted by Stella's infamous comment "Only what can be seen there is there," Guberman traces Stella's career, exploring sources as diverse as Jasper Johns, Jean Arp, and Henri Matisse, investigating the technical complexity of the work, and interweaving more personal insights into the events of his life, his passion for sport and speed, and the role of his family and colleagues in the art world. What emerges is a portrait of a man of seemingly boundless creative energy who is perpetually challenging himself and his world.
Lavishly illustrated, this volume combines handsome color reproductions of nearly one hundred of Stella's paintings and prints with a wealth of images from the artist's collection and other sources that vividly capture his spirit and interests.
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Book Description Rizzoli, 1995. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110847818438
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