From July to October, the Tate Modern will host a once-in-a-generation exhibition that any art lover worth their salt would not dare to miss. The modernist painter Georgia O’Keeffe will be the star of a titular retrospective exploring the life and work of the influential American artist. This exhibition will be the first to show her works in a UK public collection in over 20 years and will aim to reassess her place in the 20th-century canon of modern art and as a female pioneer according to feminist critics. The show will also include an exploration of her personal and professional relationship with Alfred Stieglitz, a photographer, art promoter as well as a loving husband to O’Keeffe, a key figure who sought to expose her to contemporary art developments and influences that allowed her to progress as an artist and a revolutionary. It’s the art exhibition that no one should miss.
📅 6 July – 30 October 2016: Sunday to Thursday 10AM – 6PM, Friday & Saturday 10AM – 10PM
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