Agnes Martin: la pintora engullida por el desierto
En la sala seis de la exposición que la Tate Modern de Londres dedica (hasta el 11 de octubre) a Agnes Martin (1912-2004) hay escritas en un pasillo que comunica dos estancias unas frases, breves, de 1975, de la artista norteamericana. “Estos grabados expresan inocencia en la mente. Si puedes...
the art of Agnes Martin 1912 – 2004
Agnes Martin is one of my favourite artists. Her work is simple, beautiful, sometimes soft of palette, sometimes vibrant sea-blue, and at other times stark and black. Always spare, the majority o…
‘Morning’, Agnes Martin, 1965 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Morning’, Agnes Martin, 1965 on display at Tate Modern. Describing Morning, Martin said: ‘I had to leave out a lot of things that one expects to see in a painting... I was painting about happiness and bliss and they are very simple states of mind I guess. Morning is a wonderful dawn, soft and fresh.’ She began making delicate hand-drawn grids in 1960. Here the grid is made from dark graphite and subtle red pencil lines, on a painted background. By doing this, Martin blurred…
Agnes Martin on Art, Happiness, Pride, and Failure: A Rare Vintage Interview with the Reclusive Artist
“We all have the same inner life. The difference lies in the recognition. The artist has to recognize what it is.”
Agnes Martin (March 22, 1912 – December 16, 2004) was a Canadian-American painter, often referred to as a minimalist; Martin considered herself an abstract expressionist. Agnes Martin was born in M…
Agnes Martin the underrated Abstract Expressionist | Art | Agenda | Phaidon
Pace Gallery boss and friend Arne Glimcher has a theory why the artist is not as well known as her contemporaries
Auction Results:Post-War & Contemporary, Christie's Amsterdam | MutualArt
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