[IN FRENCH ONLY] Did you miss the retrospective at the Centre Pompidou? Would you like to learn more about this avant-garde American painter? Follow the D'Arts et D'Histoires videoconference.
Georgia O'Keeffe, an icon of modern art, is the most expensive female artist in the world and the first to be exhibited at MoMA in New York. However, when she showed her paintings in 1923, the art world went crazy. Giant flowers, carnal petals, exuberant pistils... Her sulphurous representations are controversial. The erotic images and the supposed sexual symbols are far from federating the critic.
With a vital energy fed by light, color and sensuality, Georgia O'Keeffe caresses the contours of abstraction without ever totally succumbing to it. Explore the flamboyant and unclassifiable work of this great painter with Alex de Mézières, a passionate lecturer at d'Arts et d'Histoires.
Wife of gallery owner and photographer Alfred Stieglitz, who revealed her in 1917 by devoting an
Saturday, January 29 at 6:30 pm.
Up to one reservation per person
A Zoom connection link will be sent to you by email on the day of the event.
Duration: about 1h30