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Georgia O’Keeffe: Abstraction

Sept 17, 2009–Jan 17, 2010

Audio: Curator Barbara Haskell discusses Georgia O’Keeffe: Abstraction
The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC

“The Best Museum Shows of 2009”
The New Yorker

“The Whitney’s colorful show puts aside the Georgia O’Keeffe we know best—the Gray Lady of New Mexico—to retrieve an O’Keeffe we ought to know better, the young woman who went fearlessly down the road of entirely abstract art”
Time, Top Ten Art Exhibitions of 2009

“The Whitney Museum’s revelatory survey of the work that earned O’Keeffe such derision, the evocative, more-or-less abstract art she made starting in 1915—phenomenally early for an American artist—should reopen eyes to an undeniable fact: O’Keeffe produced some of the most original and ambitious art in the twentieth century.”
New York

“a vivid and surprisingly surprising show”
The New York Times

“this show reveals a very different side to the famous artist we thought we always knew.”
Time Out New York

“scrapes away O’Keeffe’s barnacled legend as the Gray Lady of New Mexico to recall the young woman who at the dawn of abstraction made a fearless leap into the unknown.”

Time

Video: “Georgia O’Keeffe Wows Once Again At The Whitney”
NY1

“O’Keeffe Paints Hot Pink Kiss, Pioneers American Abstract Art”
Bloomberg News

“See it for its sensuality, the rapture all around us.”
The New York Post

Slideshow: The O’Keeffe/Stieglitz Letters
The Daily Beast

“Abstraction Invades Manhattan”
Thirteen/Sunday Arts Blog

“More Than Just Flowers”
Forbes

“Deflowered: A Fresh Look at O’Keeffe”
The Bergen Record

“Sasha Nicholas Makes Sense of Georgia O’Keeffe”
The Huffington Post

“The Week Ahead”
The New York Times

“Painting a New Picture of Georgia O’Keeffe”
The Wall Street Journal

“The Big Fall Shows”
Time Out New York

“Jerry Saltz’s Want-to-Sees this Fall”
New York

“Fall’s Must-See Art Shows”
The Daily Beast