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Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris

Landscapes and plant motifs, paintings of flowers, New York skyscrapers, cattle bones that she brings back from her walks and walks in the Indian deserts – as evidenced by Ram’s Head, White Hollyhock-Hills made in 1935: Georgia O’Keeffe (born November 15, 1887 in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, and died March 6, 1986 in Santa Fe, New Mexico at the age of 98) is one of the greatest figures of North American art who marked the twentiethe century. Through nearly a hundred drawings, paintings and photographs, the Center Pompidou presents in Paris a retrospective of his works that celebrates “An art resolutely attached to the sensitive world and its symbolic resources”. If in the interwar period, she discovered New Mexico where she settled, she would embody freedom, in love with the great outdoors and a wild, organic and sensual nature, until the end of her life. . Here is an extract in pictures.

Link to Philippe Dagen’s article: Georgia O’Keeffe beyond fashions

Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris
Georgia O’Keeffe’s organic colors and shapes exhibited in Paris

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