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[Perspectives] Georgia O’Keeffe: still life at Tate

Tate Modern’s cold main entry, the Turbine Hall, is in my opinion not London’s best venue, but entering the Georgia O’Keeffe exhibition upstairs in the galleries, you forget where you are, quickly transported into another world and time. Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986) is one of the USA’s most influential artists: she changed the course of traditional still life with her use of wild colour, most famously depicting large flowers, and contributed to the start of a new movement in art history—modernism.