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On the eve of a sprawling museum exhibition that gives special emphasis to his drawings and models, legendary New York artist Frank Stella reveals the ins and outs of his ever-evolving methodology.

81-year-old Frank Stella has been a legendary figure in the New York art world since the late 1950s for his pioneering work in painting, sculpture, and printmaking, remaining experimental and influential even as many of his contemporaries settled into a comfortable groove. On the eve of Frank Stella: Experiment and Change, a 300-work show at the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale that maps his dynamic oeuvre from minimalism to maximalism—with additional emphasis on the sketches, notes, and models that have often preceded them—the artist sat down with GARAGE to discuss "what people like to call the process."

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