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“Frank Stella: A Retrospective” Heads to San Fransisco’s de Young Museum

Several artists speak about Stella’s impact on their own work.

by Greg Hurdle

by Greg Hurdle

Frank Stella: A Retrospective” will be heading to the west coast following its stay at the Whitney Museum of American Art earlier this year. To celebrate the groundbreaking and influential artist and the exhibition’s migration to San Francisco’s de Young Museum, Juxtapoz has shared a collection of excerpts with their online readers from several artists heavily impacted by Stella’s work and his overall approach to the medium of painting. 

The range of artists expound on Stella’s influence, practice, and ultimately how his methodology resonated with them as painters searching for their own identities in the art world.

Head over here to see what artists like Mary Iverson, Cody Hudson, Josh Jefferson, Sarah Cain, and many other celebrated artists have to say about one of paintings greatest and timeless practitioners. 


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Greg Hurdle

Greg Hurdle is a writer based in Brooklyn, NY. He's written for Mass Appeal, Green Label, and Complex Media. He aims to redefine "fire content."



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