Frank Stella Now Co-Represented by Marianne Boesky and Dominique Lévy

Frank Stella. Courtesy Marianne Boesky and Dominique Lévy.

On Thursday afternoon New York-based dealers Marianne Boesky and Dominique Lévy announced joint worldwide representation of noted abstract artist Frank Stella. Born in Massachusetts in 1936, but long based in New York, Stella’s work has veered from quasi-minimalist paintings to brash and many-tentacled sculptures, all often on an extremely large scale.

The subject of a recent retrospective at Germany’s Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Stella has also enjoyed two Museum of Modern Art retrospectives, the first in 1970, when he was just 34 years old. Stella had formerly been represented by Ann Freedman.

Benjamin Sutton

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