Agnes Martin - Before the Grid
The Life & Work of an Abstract Expressionist Painter

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Daryl

There is an issue here with loading the film it is very slow , thanks for your support.

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Kathleen Brennan

This film was made out of an appreciation and curiosity of Agnes Martin. The idea
stemmed from an exhibition curated by Jina Brenneman at the Harwood Museum of
Art in Taos, NM in 2012 titled, Agnes Martin Before the Grid. Jina explained that in
doing research for the exhibit ...Read more

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