Discover the greatest works of Georgia O’Keeffe and Georg Baselitz at Centre Pompidou with this combo ticket including access to both temporary exhibitions and the permanent collection of the museum.
The Centre Pompidou presents the first retrospective in France of Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986), one of the greatest figures in 20th-century North American art. Boasting some hundred paintings, drawings and photographs, the exhibition proposes a complete review of her artistic career. Georgia O'Keefe died at the age of 98 and lived through the essential aesthetic adventures of the last century. In the 1920s she belonged to the limited circle of the inventors of American modernism, then participated in the 1930s in the quest for identity that marked the United States, before becoming a pioneer of "hard edge" abstract painting in the 1960s.
Georg Baselitz - The retrospective
The Centre Pompidou presents the first comprehensive exhibition of the German artist. It brings together, chronologically, his masterpieces from the last six decades and reveals their most significant creative periods: from the first paintings and the Pandemonium manifesto in the early 1960s to the Heroes series, from Fractured Compositions to Patterns. Overthrown in 1969, through the successive sets of works for which the artist masterfully experiments with new pictorial techniques with varied aesthetics, nourished by references to the history of art and his intimate knowledge of the work many artists such as Edvard Munch, Otto Dix or Willem de Kooning, up to Russian Paintings and self-reflective creations "Remix" and "Time".
Photo Credit: Ram’s Head, White Hollyhock-Hills (Ram’s Head and White Hollyhock, New Mexico), 1935 © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum/Adagp Paris 2021 Photo © Christie's Images / Bridgeman Images