The Museum’s orientation film created by the acclaimed, award-winning filmmaker Perry Miller Adato, presents O’Keeffe’s life and the origins and development of her art over time. Narrated by Gene Hackman.
This segment is from the biographical film Perry Miller: A Life in Film. Perry Miller Adato was a documentary filmmaker who filmed Georgia O'Keeffe. View more from this film online.
This nine minute video describes the process by which Georgia O’Keeffe came to live in New Mexico and own two houses, one in Ghost Ranch and one in Abiquiú.
The term “O’Keeffe Country” is used in this film to describe the area of northern New Mexico where Georgia O’Keeffe lived and painted. To learn more about this term, visit This is Not O’Keeffe County.
Happy Finish worked in partnership with renowned London-based museum, the Tate Modern, to create a unique 360º film which transports viewers into the world of the celebrated trailblazing artist, Georgia O’Keeffe. The film was used to promote the museum’s exclusive exhibition for the artist and to fully immersive viewers not only into the work of O’Keeffe, but also into unique New Mexican landscapes.
Nov. 15, 1887 was the birthday of artist Georgia O'Keeffe, who created famous works featuring flowers, animal skulls and the vibrant colors of New Mexico's desert landscape. Charles Osgood reports. CBS Sunday Morning.
30 years after her death, to coincide with a major Tate Modern show, imagine… tells the story of Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the most inspiring artists ever. Learn more here.