Powered by
Georgia O’Keeffe, Stylist and Curator of Her Own Myth

Georgia O’Keeffe, the pioneering modernist artist, had sensibility to spare. She lavished it on her work, of course, but she applied nearly as much to self-presentation — the clothes she wore, the places she lived and the furnishings and objects they contained. All these elements formed a single powerful aesthetic — in an era long before widespread branding, social media and Instagram marketing — that was foundational to her fame and her myth.

That point is driven home by a refresh

Sign up for unrestricted access to 200+ subscription services.
Already have an account? Click here to login.

RelSci News & Alerts gets you:

  • 5 free articles a month from top subscription outlets like the Financial Times, New York Times, and Washington Post
  • Competitive business intelligence through daily data updates
  • Custom feeds on target high-value individuals, companies, industries, and topics delivered straight to your inbox