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Georgia O'Keeffe

(Tate Modern, until 30 October 2016)

I had great intentions to see masses of exhibitions during my summer break, but didn’t make it to quite as many as planned. 2,584 more words


I had an experience at Georgia O'Keeffe

I found myself sitting in the black place and the white place, my stillness interrupted by a 50-something y/o man spraying forth about the ‘latent eroticism’ of O’Keeffe’s work. 676 more words


Georgia O'Keeffe

If your interest in Georgia O’Keeffe as been piqued by the current exhibition at Tate Modern (running until 30 October), do check the shelves in Llandaff Library . 112 more words


Georgia O’Keeffe, Modernism and Photography

This is the first of two posts from London, U.K.

Of all the notable 20th century artists, Georgia O’Keeffe might win the prize for Most Featured on Posters and Paraphenalia. 1,660 more words


Georgia O'Keeffe at Tate Modern

I had very high expectations about this exhibition: an artist I hadn’t come across before (and therefore all the more intriguing); a female pioneer working over a span of six decades, encompassing Modernism; a painter depicting a wide array of subjects, from abstractions to flowers. 755 more words

Georgia O'Keeffe

I went to the Georgia O’Keeffe exhibition at the Tate Modern earlier this week and was mesmerised. I had not known much of her work before other than the flower paintings, but the 13 rooms of her work demonstrated how much more she was about than just that. 342 more words

four art exhibitions to see in London

William Eggleston at the National Portrait Gallery

Self-taught and never having to work for a living, Eggleston was born into a family of wealthy cotton planters in Memphis, Tennessee in 1939. 323 more words