Frank Stella
Shoubeegi, 1978

Artwork Info

Artwork title
Artist name
Frank Stella
Date created
enamel and glitter on metal
95 3/4 in. × 130 in. × 32 3/8 in. (243.21 cm × 330.2 cm × 82.23 cm)
Date acquired
Collection SFMOMA
Gift of Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson and Museum purchase
© Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Permanent URL
Artwork status
Not on view at this time.

Frank Stella talks about how abstraction is an art form that doesn’t depend on the reality of what we see. Rather, it can encompass all that it means to be alive.

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