Photographer Malcolm Varon’s 1977 portraits, on view at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, are some of the only images of the artist late in her life.
In letters, O’Keeffe refers to her photos as “sketches,” a quick and precise way to get her ideas down.
The top lot in Bonhams’ Fine Books & Manuscripts sale was an artist’s cat book by Warhol, which sold for $106,562.
Roxana Robinson’s biography of the artist features letters from a young O’Keeffe to a lover, which offer some unexpected art historical insights.
The Saarinen-designed John Deere headquarters prompted O’Keeffe to create the monumental Sky Above Clouds IV in her Ghost Ranch garage.
Rare Georgia O’Keeffe lithographs, Gustave Baumann prints, and Edward Curtis photographs line the halls of the Blake at Taos Ski Valley.
An exhibition invites you to make your own connections between O’Keeffe and 20 contemporary artists.
The North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh has partnered with several local restaurants to create cocktails in honor of the artist for her upcoming exhibition at the museum.
The New York Botanical Garden has planted a “Hawai’ian Paradise Garden” as part of an exhibition chronicling O’Keeffe’s 1939 trip to Hawai’i to make art for a pineapple company’s advertising campaign.
Sometimes we all have a cross to bear.
Opening March 3, the exhibition Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern examines how the artist expressed her persona through fashion and photography.
From critical to patriotic and everything in between, a vast exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts displays the full range of US artists’ reactions to World War I.