Georgia O'Keeffe

In 1918 the Spanish Flu ravaged the world. But it was also in 1918 that Alfred Stieglitz was afflicted by love and began his nude photographs of Georgia O’Keeffe.
Through new technology, conservators at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum are leading a charge to preserve the deteriorating canvases of some the 20th century's greatest paintings.
Conspiracy theorists are citing Georgia O’Keeffe as an example of the so-called Mandela Effect.
In New York on March 5, Sotheby’s will offer Georgia O'Keeffe's diminutive painting, estimated at $300,000-500,000, alongside more than one hundred works of art and personal effects from the…
Female artists are taking over the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) in a new exhibition addressing the pernicious problem of underrepresentation in art museums.

SEATTLE, WA – The Seattle Art Museum presents…

(Santa Fe, New Mexico) - In May 2019 the Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will present the traveling exhibition Alexander Girard: A Designer’s Universe, an…

Desert skulls, vagina flowers, and Alfred Stieglitz—The Art History Babes discuss the many fascinating layers to the artistic practice, philosophy, and partnerships of one of the most important…