An in-depth exploration into the work of abstract artist Agnes Martin (1912-2004), originally published to accompany the Tate's retrospective exhibition in 2016, which was hosted at the LACMA and the Guggenheim.
The book explores the breadth of Martin’s work: from lesser-known experimental pieces to her beloved striped and grid paintings with accompanying text from Martin herself.
Hardcover, 272 pages. Measures 9” x 10 ½”. Published by D.A.P/Tate. Written by Briony Fer.