Fine. A fine clean tight copy in oversized softcover as issued. 188 pages fillled with numerous color plates of Martin's paintings as well as a great section of her writings. Small remainder mark to bottom page edge, no other markings.
Very Good. Book 300 x 215 mm. 188 pages. With essays by Barbara Haskell, Anna C. Chave and Rosalind Krauss, Illustrated with 60 color and 40 black-and-white reproductions of Agnes Martin's works Catalogue of a retrospective exhibition of the paintings and drawings of Agnes Martin. The volume profiles the Saskatchewan-born artist, who participated in the heyday of New York abstract expressionism and later settled in New Mexico. Whitney curator Haskell charts Martin's shifts from landscape to biomorphic abstractions to minimalism. Chave, a Hunter College art historian, looks at Martin's calm, grid-like compositions. Krauss, a professor at the City University of New York, endorses Martin's claim to be a classicist in the objective tradition of Egyptians, Greeks and Copts.
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