Frank Stella

Gobba, Zoppa e Collotorto, 1985. Courtesy of Frank Stella/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/The Art Institute of Chicago.

Seventy-nine-year-old artist Frank Stella created much of his work before there was a computer in every house, let alone a cell phone in every pocket. But a new retrospective of his multi-colored, minimalist paintings and sculptures at the Whitney Museum seems tailor-made for the digital age. Patrons of the museum, including jewelry designer Eddie Borgo, just can’t stop posing with his work, and posting it on their Instagram feeds.

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Even Stella himself can’t help it: