Feb 14, 2017
On the very last day of the Agnes Martin exhibition at the Guggenheim, I raced over faster than I could finish my morning cup of coffee. It was one of those things I kept putting off or saying oh I'll see it next week, and then next week, and then next week... and suddenly it was the last day. Her work makes me feel a sense of calm, yet imagining how she created some of her more intensive and larger grids makes my head spin.
I didn't take that many photos of the artwork because I couldn't do them justice and I couldn't convey the feeling Martin would want her viewers to have, which is to "have the same feelings they experience when they look at a landscape.... It's really about the feeling of beauty and freedom that you experience in a landscape."
ft. Protagonist suit (not available yet, but in searching for other windowpane pieces, I came across this linen top that is so Agnes Martin and would be quite lovely for summer) // Maryam Nassir Zadeh pumps // Cartier LOVE bracelets // Still House ring