This is a re-envisioned, fresh look at Agnes Martin, the enigmatic, influential, highly independent painter whose life (1912–2004) spanned much of the twentieth century and extended into the twenty-first. Martin’s abstract, deceptively simple paintings continue to resonate with contemporary artists and writers. In a series of essays commissioned especially for this volume, the contributors write about Martin’s influence on their creative lives and work, and offer new interpretations that defy stereotyped notions about Martin’s life. The result is a varied tapestry of voices, proving that Martin’s art still influences the contemporary world, and offering glimpses into modes of being and making that are still relevant nearly two decades after her death.
Texts by Teju Cole, Bethany Hindmarsh, Bill Jacobson, Jennie C. Jones, James Sterling Pitt, Alison Rossiter, Jenn Shapland, Darcey Steinke, Martha Tuttle, and Susan York.Edited by Chelsea Weathers
192 pages | 8.25" x 11"
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