"Massive, multicolored, three-dimensional stars fill the galleries of Frank Stella’s latest exhibition. Vibrant, painted aluminum tangles emerge from the walls or rise off sturdy silver bases. These sculptures, on view at Marianne Boesky Gallery through June 22nd, look like wild departures from the striped paintings that Stella made at the outset of his practice, in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The esteemed American artist’s career has taken many sharp turns: from square to irregularly shaped canvases, from painting to sculpture, and from wall-mounted works to forms that rest on the ground."
Article by Alina Cohen