Due to the ongoing Covid-19 virus we have decided to cancel the upcoming opening reception of Frank Stella's exhibition Freestanding.
However, we will still stay open during regular opening hours; Tuesday - Friday, 11 am - 5.30 pm and Saturday 1 - 4 pm. This might change in the near future, so please keep an eye out on our social media or website for any updates.
Art and culture bring people together, which is especially important in these uncertain times but please keep yourself updated with the latest news regarding the Covid-19 virus and stay home if you are feeling ill, wash your hands fequently with soap, cover your cough with your elbow or sleeve and avoid touching your face in order not to spread the virus.
In order for more people to be able to enjoy this new series of works, we have prolonged the exhibition until August 29!
Wetterling Gallery is proud to present a completely new series of works by the American artist Frank Stella in the exhibition Freestanding.
Frank Stella has been pushing boundaries for decades, constantly seeking out new means of art-making — and succeeding time and again. Stella’s preoccupation with formalist concerns has led to intensive and rich explorations of line, colour, texture and the potential of the pictorial surface to reach beyond the flat canvas to the realm of volume, space and light. Exploring how to excise illusionistic space from painting, Stella created the seminal Black Paintings, credited by some as reinventing Modernism and establishing the basis for Minimalism. Loosening the boundaries of the pictorial surface by introducing relief into his art, Stella eventually moved into three-dimensional sculpture and architecture, which have been his main concern in recent years. Stella’s collaboration with master printer Ken Tyler led to the breakthrough technique referred to today as offset lithography. Stella is recognised as being as important to the art of fine printmaking as to painting