Bruce Hugh Russell in conversation with Robert Feldman

In 1972, Robert Feldman, founder and publisher of Parasol Press, wrote a letter to Agnes Martin about the possibility of her creating a suite of prints. This letter initiated a conversation that eventually led to On a Clear Day (1973), Martin’s portfolio of 30 screenprints. This conversation between Feldman and Bruce Hugh Russell, co-curator of Agnes Martin: The mind knows what the eye has not seen, will detail the history of Martin’s print work, and the significance of the prints to Martin’s broader artistic practice.

Registration recommended.


September 22nd, 2018 at 1-1:45pm