Jimson Weed, White Flower No 1, by Georgia O’Keefe (The Telegraph image)
There’s an article today in the Globe and Mail discussing the show. Click here to read Rosie Prata’s excellent description of this retrospective. I am intrigued by the AGO’s interpretation of O’Keefe’s large body of work.
Curiously enough, last year the Tate Modern hosted the largest showing ever of O’Keefe’s work in Britain. Here is a very brief article from The Telegraph.
We may have missed last year’s show in London, but there’s ample time to plan to visit Toronto. The show runs until July 30.
To experience Ms Hahn Oberlander’s work, you have a rich choice of interesting cities to visit. Besides the New York Times Building in NYC, you could make a trip to Yellowknife, where she designed the Legislative Assembly Building site, or to Vancouver, where she has several projects, including the striking grounds of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.