By Phillip Valys
The NSU Art Museum is marking 60 years as a South Florida cultural touchstone this year with a fitting blockbuster exhibit on abstract-art champion Frank Stella. Aimed at bulking up the museum’s contemporary-art muscle, the recently extended show fills almost every gallery in the museum and delves into the New York icon’s 60-year odyssey as a painter and sculptor, and his interest in history, geography, literature, music and architecture.
Through July 29 at the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, 1 E. Las Olas Blvd., 954-525-5500, NSUArtMuseum.org. Admission is $5-$12.