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What if Georgia O’Keeffe attended Harvard?

I often wonder what young people think of Georgia O'Keeffe's art. Now more than a century since her breakout solo exhibition in 1923, how are her paintings seen? What fresh contexts are they given? Interpretations? What new life, if any, will Gen Z offer O'Keeffe? Arielle C. Frommer, for one, has transformed the artist into a Harvard undergrad.
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O’Keeffe gone digital

It was just a matter of time before Georgia O'Keeffe went immersive. Around the world, artists like Van Gogh, Monet, and Kahlo have already been given the full-on high-tech treatment.
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Georgia O’Keeffe: rewarding curiosity

Georgia O’Keeffe never piled on the paint. She worked wet-into-dry, pretty much a single layer of paint requiring serious control to choreograph her textural effects. Within this narrow range that she chose to work, her variations are virtuosic.
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You’re invited!

After years of researching and writing, I am giving my first public talk from my book manuscript, "Digging for Stars:…

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