The pathbreaking artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986) is revered for her iconic paintings of flowers, skyscrapers, animal skulls, and Southwestern landscapes. Her photographic work, however, has not been explored in depth until now. This exhibition is the first major investigation of O’Keeffe’s photography and traces the artist’s 30-year exploration of the medium.
Join exhibition curator Lisa Volpe as she discusses O’Keeffe’s relationship to photography, her personal use of the medium, the research that brought these images to light, and the discoveries still waiting to be made.
Lisa Volpe, Associate Curator, Photography at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
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