Subscribe: goo.gl/ofIySI The Art Channel explores the Agnes Martin exhibition at Tate Modern and analyses several major works. Martin was a painter who retreated from New York City to a solitary life in New Mexico in the 1970s, where she acquired a mythic status. But what do her abstract paintings communicate and how might we understand them? Grace Adam and Joshua White lead you through this significant exhibition. The exhibition is jointly organised by the LA County Museum of Art, The Solomon Guggenheim Museum, New York and Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany.
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