Living Artists of Distinction
The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is dedicated to the art and life of Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986) and to American Modernism, a phenomenon that began in America in the 1890s and continues into the present.
Our comprehensive exhibition program acquaints visitors with the significance of O'Keeffe's art and demonstrates its importance within the context of American Modernism. O'Keeffe works from our permanent collection are always on view in museum galleries. In addition, we organize or host the following types of exhibitions, some of which are theme based: (1) works by O'Keeffe from our own and other collections; (2) O’Keeffe’s art shown with that of her contemporaries; (3) the art of O’Keeffe’s contemporaries; and (4) works of living artists of distinction.
“Living Artists of Distinction Exhibition Series”
Among the various types of exhibitions the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum organizes is one that occurs from time to time that honors living artists whose works have made substantial contributions to the history of American art.
Artists whose works have been exhibited include: