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"O’Keeffe was a strong, innovative female artist who achieved fame and success in an art world dominated by men - male painters, critics, gallery owners. She did not apologize for the choices she made, and she continued to make bold choices—again and again—as she aged. I feel like that alone makes her story intensely relevant to women today."
Author Dawn Tripp talks about her biographical novel of
Georgia O'Keefe, the artist's complex relationship with photographer Joseph
Stieglitz, and the transformative power of solitude.
Read the full interview with Dawn Tripp on Georgia.
29 June 2016:
The Last Good Girl