A museum is dedicated to the life and artwork of Georgia O’Keeffe – the “Mother of American Modernism”, who is most famous for her paintings of enlarged flowers, New Mexico landscapes, and New York skyscrapers.
The museum houses the world’s largest collection of O’Keeffe’s work, representing more than 3000 items, including paintings, pastels, watercolors, and sculptures, as well as a selection of her personal items, such as photos and artistic materials.
Get to know O’Keeffe’s story through her art, get an insight into her creative process and inspirations. View the changes in her work over the years and how various events influenced her art.
The exhibits also represent collaborations with other contemporary modernist artists.
In addition to the main museum you can visit her homes, studios, and the Research Center, participate in family activities, educational programs, and special events, such as ‘Drawing After Hour’s and ‘Art Talk at Lunchtime’.