PHOTO CONTEST: What do you see in Stella’s K.43?

Frank Stella, "K.43 (lattice variation) protogen RPT (full-size)" (detail), 2008. Protogen RPT with stainless steel tubing, 144 x 176 x 116 in. Courtesy of FreedmanArt. © 2011 Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Sarah Osborne Bender

Snap a photo of something in your daily life that reminds you of Frank Stella’s swirling sculpture for a chance to win a Phillips after 5 summer prize pack. Phillips after 5 (normally held on first Thursdays) will take place every week from August 4 through September 1. The winner receives free admission for one plus two free drinks! A winning photo will be revealed on the blog the Tuesday before each of the five events. Photos must be received by noon on Monday preceding each event to be considered for that week’s prize.

Send your photo(s) to with:

  • your name
  • contact information
  • a line or two describing the relationship you see between the object in your photo and Stella’s sculpture
  • permission to reproduce your photo, if selected as a winner

Photos will be judged on composition and creative visual relationship to the selected Stella sculpture.

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