Agnes Martin opens on 3 June 2015 at Tate Modern. But who exactly was the woman who became known for her square canvasses, and who played such a significant role in 20th Century art history?

What’s on: Exhibitions

Tate Britain : Exhibition Closing soon: Sculpture Victorious

25 February – 25 May 2015

Powerful, beautiful and inventive, the Victorian era was a golden age for sculpture. Sculpture Victorious celebrates some of the most astonishing and lavish works produced in this groundbreaking period

Tate Britain : Exhibition Closing soon: Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860

25 February – 7 June 2015

The first exhibition in Britain devoted to salted paper prints, one of the earliest forms of photography. A uniquely British invention, the technique transformed subjects into images with their own specific aesthetic and revolutionised photography

Tate Modern : Exhibition The EY Exhibition: Sonia Delaunay

15 April – 9 August 2015

This exhibition is the first UK retrospective to assess the breadth of her vibrant artistic practice, featuring her groundbreaking paintings, textiles and clothes she made across a sixty-year career, as well as the results of her innovative collaborations from Diaghilev to Liberty

Tate Modern : Exhibition Coming soon: Agnes Martin

3 June – 11 October 2015

Join us for the first retrospective of Martin’s work since 1994. Covering the full breadth of her practice, this exhibition reveals Martin’s little known experiments and traces her development from biomorphic abstraction to her mesmerising grid and striped canvases

Tate Liverpool : Exhibition Leonora Carrington

6 March – 31 May 2015

Discover the fantastical creations of the prolific painter and internationally celebrated member of the surrealist movement, Leonora Carrington. Explore her distinctive take on Surrealism, where figures are merged with plants, animals and objects

Tate St Ives : Exhibition Summer 2015

23 May – 27 September 2015

Tate St Ives will continue this biennial strand in 2015 with another series of one-room displays by a mix of contemporary and historic artists, including Nicolas Deshayes and Dan Flavin 

What's on: Events

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