In connection with the Georgia O’Keeffe exhibition, the museum has organised a series of lectures designed to take a closer look at this great American modern artist.

The series consists of a total of six lectures. Three are by renowned American specialists Cody Hartley (Director at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe), Roxana Robinson (writer and artist’s biographer) and Wanda Corn (American art and cultural historian). The rest are delivered by members of the team here at the museum: Marta Ruiz del Árbol (exhibition curator), Clara Marcellán (technical curator), and Susana Pérez and Marta Palao (conservators), who discuss their research on O’Keeffe and her presence in Thyssen-Bornemisza collection.

26 May
The Wideness and Wonder of Georgia O’Keeffe’s World*
Cody Hartley
Director at Georgia O'Keeffe Museum 
2 June
Georgia O’Keeffe: An Artist’s Life*
Roxana Robinson
Writer and author of the biography
of Georgia O'Keeffe 
9 June
Georgia O’Keeffe through the works in the 
Thyssen-Bornemisza Collections
Susana Pérez and Marta Palao
Senior Conservator and Conservator

16 June
A woman on (photographic) paper**
Clara Marcellán
Curator of Modern Painting
23 June
Wanderlust and creativity in O’Keeffe **
Marta Ruiz del Árbol
Curator of Modern Painting
30 June**
A Signature Style: Georgia O’Keeffe’s Art, Clothes, and Home Décor*
Wanda Corn
Professor Emerita Stanford and curator fo the exhibition 
Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern

*This session will have simultaneous interpretation into Spanish.
**This session will have simultaneous interpretation into English.