Most people associate Frank Stella's "what you see is what you see" canvases from the 1960s with hard-edge painting. But in fact, his early breakout protominimalist compositions were full of evident brushmarks and unruled lines. It wasn't until the middle of the decade that Stella adopted the use of alkyd house paint, which gave his work an absolutely flat, uninflected surface. This show focuses on that turning point in his process with selections from his "Concentric Squares" and "Mitered Mazes" series.
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