A must see exhibtion at the Tate Modern which explores the dynamic relationship of photography to art. Married to Stiglitz, friend to Paul Strand and Ansel Adams the art of Georgia O’Keeffe shows clear relationships between her paintings and the framing of early modern photography.
In her own words:
“I am at present prejudiced in favour of photography…I feel that some of the photography being done in America today is more living, more vital, than the painting and I know that there are painters who agree with me.”
Georgia O’Keeffe, MSS. no.4, December 1922