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Recommended Out for fun Crafting a set of modern glassware Mid-century modern appeal Adding nature to art Compartmentalizing life Clay art for the hobbyist Displays in fine art museums Duplicating natures colors. Feb 10, Catherine rated it liked it Shelves: biography , art-and-writing. I finished this book with a sense of loneliness.

Princenthal spends more time than I can manage on describing her art work. This is definitely an academic take on Agnes Martin's life. I am currently reading Henry Martin's book about Agnes. Agnes had stretches of silence and many relationships both romantic and platonic throughout her life.

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I didn't get a sense of these relationships in Princenthal's biography. Nov 28, Ashlyn rated it it was amazing Shelves: nf-bios-diaries , art. Mar 02, Stephanie Blair rated it really liked it. Favorite Quote: "It is better to go to the beach and think about painting than it is to be painting and thinking about going to the beach. Feb 05, Susanne rated it it was ok Shelves: art-and-photography , books-i-did-not-finished , biographical , kunst , creativity , , women.

I am reading a biography about Agnes Martin, the american artist, who spent so many years in or close to Taos. I started reading it, shortly before I departed for New Mexico last August. That said, it is obviously, that it takes me an awful long time, to finish the book.

So, this morning, I started to wonder, why that was the case, and the first answer was: this book is demanding. You can not just read it. It often reads like a scientists paper in art history.

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Many informations on places, she li I am reading a biography about Agnes Martin, the american artist, who spent so many years in or close to Taos. Many informations on places, she lived, the artists and circles, whom one could encounter there, pages and pages of descripitions of her paintings, which I would rather expect from a catalogue of a workshow, not from a biography.

The book is often filled with knowledge, which did not help me personally, to understand Agnes Martin.

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Fact is: she grew more and more distant. Constructions considering her mental illness schicophrenia , which probably are researched impeccably, but still, the artist remained distant, like somebody without feelings. It all read like theory. No life in this.

Maybe, this has to do with her shyness. She did'nt leave much for biographers to search through.

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Yesterday evening though, I read the part about Agnes Martins own writing she always wrote by hand, because she preferred a quiet and a very simple life, and a typewriter would have been noisy. Feb 12, Renee rated it it was amazing Shelves: waiting-for-the-asteroid A stunning exploration of Martin's life, influences, and art. A nuanced masterpiece.

Feb 01, Bill Syken rated it liked it. Martin is a fascinating character—I love her line, "I have no friends, and you're one of them. I also think Nancy Princenthal is a fine biograper, but the secretive and obscure Martin often didn't leave her much to work with, and so the book has long sections in which Martin all but disappears and the biographer is left to general descriptions about the worlds in which Martin was moving or the currents of art. After a point I found myself skimming these s Martin is a fascinating character—I love her line, "I have no friends, and you're one of them.

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After a point I found myself skimming these sections and moving to the parts where Martin returns. Nov 10, Brian rated it really liked it. Nov 13, Luci rated it it was ok. Interesting disussions about theory, art criticism and from that perspective, not badly written Perhaps some biographies should not be written. Best to read her writings and view her paintings Nov 22, Pat rated it it was ok. A good source for a scholar studying this fascinatingly eccentric painter whose work mesmerizes me.

However, it is a hard read with all its detail, and I still don't feel I understand what drove her to adopt her iconic style. Jun 18, Mary rated it liked it Shelves: art-drama-read. Interesting read. Learned a lot.

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I have recently cone to appreciate Martin's work and what I learned about her in this book will enrich my future viewing experiences. Jun 17, Rebecca rated it really liked it. Thorough portrait of a fascinating artist. Aug 20, Bill Wells rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction.

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