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“Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow” At The Clark Through 10/14

Variation on a Lighthouse Theme IV, c. 1931-32. Oil on canvas, 20 x17 in. Jeri L. Wolfson Collection
Variation on a Lighthouse Theme IV, c. 1931-32. Oil on canvas, 20 x17 in. Jeri L. Wolfson Collection

The exhibition “Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow” brings together thirty-five paintings, prints, and photographs exploring the artist’s mastery of color and composition as well as her complex relationship with her well-known sister, Georgia. The show will be on view at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts through October 14.

Organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and curated by Sue Canterbury, The Pauline Gill Sullivan Associate Curator of American Art, the exhibition debuted in Dallas in 2018 and is the first ever solo museum exhibition of works by Ida Ten Eyck O’Keeffe and the most comprehensive survey of the artist’s work to date.

Robert Wiesenberger is the Associate Curator of Contemporary Projects at The Clark and he led us through the exhibition.

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