With more than 100 works, this show at the Denver Art Museum (3 July–6 November) is the first large-scale exhibition to focus on Georgia O’Keeffe’s photography – an art form which occupied her particularly during the 1950s and ’60s, but which has previously been overlooked in favour of her paintings. Taking its cues from the research of Lisa Volpe at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston (from where the exhibition has travelled), the exhibition reveals that O’Keeffe’s reprised many of her most well-known subjects in this medium, from flower-studies to landscapes of the American South West and the New York skyline. Highlights include depictions of the New Mexican desert such as Garage Vigas and Studio Door (1956), and the murkier Chrysler Building as seen from the Waldorf Astoria (c. 1960). Find out more from the Denver Art Museum’s website.
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