Video (11:09): Annie Drew made this video about Painter Agnes Martin (1912–2004) on the occasion of Agnes Martin’s Birthday, March 2020.
Beauty is not in the rose. Beauty is in your mind. – Agnes Martin.
A number of new art books and biographies about Agnes Martin has been published in 2015 – 2018. The latest book promises to reveal some of the artists significant lesbian relationships.
Video (1:01:56): in her lecture Christina Rosenberger, author of Drawing the Line: The Early Work of Agnes Martin, examines the arc of Agnes Martin’s early career.
Feminine Moments’ bibliography – art books by American painter and lesbian Agnes Martin.
Video (1:19): Curator Tracey Bashkoff introduces ‘Agnes Martin’, an exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum.
The Mandelman-Ribak Foundation in collaboration with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery presents the video: AGNES MARTIN – The New York–Taos Connection (1947–1957)
Lecture by Nancy Princenthal at Tate Modern, 2015. On Wednesday 15th July 2015, Nancy Princenthal discussed American Painter Agnes Martin’s formative experiences, the development of her work, her spirituality and the range of lively non-mainstream art communities in which she lived. Nancy Princenthal, author of Agnes Martin: Her Art and…
The Art Channel AKA independent art critiques and Londoners Grace Adam and Joshua White bring you a film of the Agnes Martin exhibition at Tate Modern including analysis of several major works. Agnes Martin (1912 – 2004) was an American expressionist painter who retreated from New York City to a…
Edited by Anna McNay and Birthe Havmoeller Inspired by Kathleen Massara’s list 17 Must-See LGBTQ Exhibitions This Summer in New York and California, Anna McNay and I have created Feminine Moments’ list of Must-See Queer Feminist Exhibitions in Europe this Summer. The exhibitions we have selected for this list feature…
Agnes Martin: Innocence the Hard Way Lecture by Nancy Princenthal Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium, London, UK Wednesday July 15, 2015, 18.30 – 20.00 Nancy Princenthal discusses abstract painter (and lesbian) Agnes Martin’s formative experiences, the development of her work, and the range of lively non-mainstream art communities in which she…
The roundable discussion about minimalist painter and lesbian Agnes Martin (documented in the video above) was held at Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Auditorium, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, USA on February 13, 2015. The panelists are: Tiffany Bell, Roger Cook, Suzanne Hudson and Nancy Princenthal. Moderator: Karen Schiff. The event…
‘You are what goes through your mind – whether you are aware of it or not.’ – Agnes Martin. Agnes Martin at Tate Modern 3 June – 11 October 2015. This is the first retrospective of the works of American painter and dyke Agnes Martin (1912 – 2004) since 1994.
Invitation to the inaugural exhibition at Temporal Domain in Santa Fe opening on July 18, 2014
Video interview with late painter Agnes Martin (1912 – 2004) at her studio in 1997.
Agnes Martin’s paintings was presented at Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture” at the National Portrait Gallery.
The landmark publication ‘Modern Women: Women Artists at The Museum of Modern Art’, in which the museum now openly discusses gender issues, and how instrumental women have been in advancing the arts to where they are today, is the greatest piece of art news, which I have heard in 2010.