Agnes Martin: Paintings is the product of more than seven years of research into the artist’s work and represents the most definitive and comprehensive study of the Martin’s oeuvre to date.
Starting with student paintings from the late 1940s, the first volume of the Agnes Martin Catalogue Raisonné provides complete documentation of more than 630 paintings, constructions (mixed media collages and assemblages), and the film Gabriel. A second volume featuring the artist’s unique works on paper will follow.
Agnes Martin: Paintings contains approximately 1500 high-resolution photographs, and a zoom feature allows for extremely detailed views of artworks. Multimedia highlights include never-before-published manuscripts, pictures of the artist, audio recordings, and video files, in addition to many newly commissioned photographs of artworks. Other notable content includes an illustrated chronology, two essays by Editor Tiffany Bell, and six bibliographies, one of which is specific to the Artist’s Writings and Interviews.
The catalogue raisonné of Agnes Martin’s work will include paintings and works on paper with full exhibition and bibliographic information.
We kindly ask that owners of works by Agnes Martin complete the attached catalogue worksheet (PDF), add relevant comments, and return it to:
260 W. 35th Street, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10001
Submissions for entry will be considered by a committee of art professionals. Please address inquiries to Tiffany Bell, Editor, Agnes Martin Catalogue Raisonné, at firstname.lastname@example.org. All information will be kept strictly confidential upon request.
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Editor Tiffany Bell introduces Agnes Martin: Paintings: