It’s worth it to spend more time on the comparison in the preceding post, which doesn’t need much commentary. Plurimi is a made-up name.

Emilio Vedova, Berliner Plurimo 64/65, 1964-65

Two views of the same piece, which has a crystalline quality—enclosing parts of the viewing space but self-contained. Painted planes building connections with each other.

Emilio Vedova, Berliner Plurimo 64/65, 1964-65

Another of the Kleist series, over ten feet high, all curves, grabbing space forward and piled up against the wall. Difficult to see in a photograph.

Frank Stella, ‘At Sainte Luce’ (Herr Strömli) (Q#2) 1998

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