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Survey of the American abstract painter
The simplicity of the late American artist’s abstract work is their evocative strength. Working in New York during the 1950 sand 60s, Martin became a prominent figure in the male-dominated field of abstraction but soon left the city in search of solitude. Settling in New Mexico, she would continue to create mesmerising paintings in muted and often pale hues for the next three decades. This extensive retrospective covers early experiments, stylistic developments and charts the constant inspiration of her spiritual connection to art. You'll also be able to see her 'I Love the Whole World' that came in at 61 in our 100 Best Paintings in London.