Tate Modern pays tribute to artist Georgia O'Keeffe

London's Tate Modern's new retrospective is dedicated to the American artist Georgia O'Keeffe

The Artist is best known for her blooming vibrant magnified flowers but Cody Hartley, the director of curatorial affairs at The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, says, "...this show makes it so clear the flowers are just a portion of her creativity, just one small subject in a life of amazing material"

O'Keeffe, who died in 1968, had a long career and the show included 115 of her major works.


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