Ohlson, Elisabeth > see: Wallin, Elisabeth Ohlson
Becoming O’Keeffe : the early years
by Sarah Whitaker Peters
2. edition, updated and expanded. 2001.
Blossoms & Bones: On the Life and Work of GEORGIA O’KEEFFE
By Christopher Buckley
Nashville, Vanderbilt Univ. Press, 1988
Carr, O’Keeffe, Kahlo: Places of Their Own.
by Sharyn Rohlfsen Udall.
New Haven: Yale, 2000, 384 pp.
Paperback, ISBN 0-300-09186-9; Hardcover, ISBN 0-300-07958-3.
Tee Corinne in Feminist Art Books Bulletin #4, Oct. 2001: “(It) is an ambitious, beautifully illustrated book discussing the paintings and lives of three major twentieth-century American painters: Canadian Emily Carr (1871-1945), U.S.-born Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986), and Mexican Frida Kahlo (1907-1954). Special focus is given to identity and to the way the artists related to the land.”
From the Faraway Nearby: GEORGIA O’KEEFFE as Ico
By Merrill, Christopher and Ellen Bradbury, eds.
Texts by James Craft, Anna C. Chave, Lisa Messinger, MaLin Wilson, Sharyn R. Udall, Marjorie Welish, Melissa Pritchard, John D. Poling, Laurie Lisle, et al.
by Nancy Frazier
1990. 112 p., illustrated
By Nancy Frazier
New York, Crescent Books, 1990
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: A Celebration of Music and Dance
By Katherine Hoffman
First ed. New York, Braziller, 1997
Artextbooks.com: “Serious study of the influence of modern dance and music on
O’Keeffe’s imagery and the development of her work.”
By Lisa Mintz Messinger
1992 reprint. New York, Metropolitan Museum and Thames & Hudson, (1988) 1992
By Messinger, Lisa Mintz
Not the same as Messinger’s 1988 publication.
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1984
By Montgomery, Elizabeth
Reprint of 1993 Brompton ed. New York, Barnes & Noble, 1996
Georgia O’Keeffe(1887-l986) : The Lefevre Gallery, London 8th April – 7th May 1993
Lefevre Gallery, London, 1993
1993. 47 s., illustrated
Reid & Lefevre
Georgia O’Keeffe and the Camera: The Art of Identity (Portland Museum of Art)
Publisher: Yale University Press (June 28, 2008)
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: Art and Letters
Texts by Jack Cowart, Juan Hamilton, artist’s letters ed. by Sarah Greenough
Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art. NYGS, 1987
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: Forty Years of her Art
Introductory essay by Daniel Catton Rich
Worcester. Worcester Art Museum, 1960
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: In the West
By Bry, Doris and Nicholas Callaway, eds.
First ed. New York, Knopf, 1989
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: Selected Paintings and Works on Paper
Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe
Text by Robert Pincus-Witten
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: The Poetry of Things
Texts by Elizabeth Hutton Turner, Marjorie P. Balge-Crozier; illustrated chronol by Elsa Mezvinsky Smithgall.
Washington, D.C. Phillips Collection. First ed. 1999
GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: Works on Paper
Text by Barbara Haskell; intro. by David Turner
Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe
Museum of New Mexico Press, 1985
The O’Keeffe Saga
by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp
Barbara Buhler Lynes and Ann Paden, eds., Maria Chabot- Georgia O’Keeffe Correspondence, 1941-1949, 542 pp.
University of New Mexico Press and Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, 2003.
Artnet.com: ‘(…)In gossip and in biography, there have been assumptions for a long time that O’Keeffe had bisexual tendencies, assumptions largely based on her friendship with [Marie] Chabot.(…)
This valuable book documents an important decade of O’Keeffe’s life, the period of transition from wife to widow, from New York to New Mexico. In addition, it chronicles an important if eccentric relationship [between O’Keeffe and Chabot] and provides a lucid and unprecedented view of the rough life O’Keeffe was willing to endure in order to live in Abiquiu. The book includes Chabot’s photographs of O’Keeffe camping, painting and the construction of the house. Many are as candid and unguarded as their letters to one another. (…)’
O’KEEFFE and Texas
By Udall, Sharyn R.
First ed. McNay Art Museum, 1998
O’Keeffe on Paper
The National Gallery of Art and the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum 2000, 96pp.
88 illus. with 55 color illustrations.
O’KEEFFE: The Life of an American Legend
By Hogrefe, Jeffrey
New York, Bantam Books, 1992
The Art & Life of GEORGIA O’KEEFFE
By Jan Garden Castro
Over 100 illus., more than 70 fine full-page or double-page color plates. Presents new biographical information. Reprint. New York, Crown, 1995
Femmes: Masterpieces of Erotic Photography
Thunder’s Mouths Press, 2002
Introduction by Kate Bush.
Interview by Russell Ferguson, essay by Joshua Decter.
London: The Photographers’ Gallery, 2000, 56 pp.
ISBN 0-907879-58-6, cloth.
Tee Corinne: “Includes early 1990s portraits, black and white freeway scenes, Southern California house fronts, and recent lesbian family portraits by Opie (b. 1961) whose work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago) and elsewhere.”
Catherine Opie: American Photographer
by Dorothy Allison, Jennifer Blessing, Nat Trotman, Russell Ferguson and photographer Catherine Opie
Published by Guggenheim Museum, 2008
Skyways & Icehouses
Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 2002
Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose: Gender Performance in Photography
Texts by Jennifer Blessing, Carole-Anne Tyler, Sarah Wilson, Nancy Spector, Judith Halberstam, with a picture essay by Lyle Ashton Harris.
First ed. New York, Abrams, 1997
A study of gender representation in photography from the Surrealists to the 1970s in Europe and America. Photographers include Barney, Beaton, Brassai, Cahun, Hoch, Klauke, Lynes, Man Ray, Madame Yevonde, Antoni, Goldin, Mapplethorpe, Markay, Messager, Molinier, Morimura, Opie, Samaras, Sherman, Sieverding, Van Lamsweerde.
Oort, Diana van
Overlast, een zorg voor justitie en zorg
Red. Rob Bovens, Wolf Lange, Peter de Vrijer ;
eindred. Diana van Oort. – [S.l.] : Stuurgroep Vermindering Overlast, 1999. – 132 p.
Speciale uitgave van de Stuurgroep Vermindering Overlast
Queer Looks : Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video
by Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, John Greyson (Editor), John Breyson
Queertheory.com: “Queer Looks is a collection of writing by video artists, filmmakers, and critics which explores the recent explosion of lesbian and gay independent media culture. A compelling compilation of artists’ statements and critical theory, producer interviews and image-text works, this anthology demonstrates the vitality of queer artists under attack and fighting back. Each maker and writer deploys a surprising array of techniques and tactics, negotiating the difficult terrain between street pragmatism and theoretical inquiry, finding voices rich in chutzpah and subtlety. From guerilla Super-8 in Manila to AIDS video activism in New York, Queer Looks zooms in on this very queer place in media culture, revealing a wealth of strategies, a plurality of aesthetics, and an artillary of resistances.”
Warrior Marks – Female Genital Mutilation and the Sexual Blinding of Women
by Alice Walker; Pratibha Parmar
Betty Parsons: Artist, Dealer, Collector
by Lee Hall
Publisher: Harry N Abrams; (April 1991)
Betty Parsons: paintings, gouaches and sculpture 1955-68.
[catalogue of an exhibition at] Whitechapel Gallery, London, November-December 1968.
by Betty Parsons
Publisher: Whitechapel Gallery
Shaping a Generation: The Art and Artists of Betty Parsons
by Edward Albee, Betty Parsons
Publisher: Heckscher Museum of Art; (February 1999)
Sheila Pepe: Josephine
Author: Lia Gangitano
Two women: Carrie Moyer and Sheila Pepe
14 pp. Exhibition catalog
Essays by Michael Rush and Dominique Nahas
Lake Worth, FL: Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, 2004
Persimmon, Blackbridge, and Sheila Gilhooley.
Artists/editors: Blackbridge, Persimmon and Sheila Gilhooley.
Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1985.
Artists/editors: Persimmon & Blackbridge.
Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1997.
Ingrid Pollard: Postcards Home (Autograph)
Ingrid Pollard (Author), Mark Haworth-Booth (Preface)
Publisher: Chris Boot, May 1, 2004
Nothing But the Girl: The Blatant Lesbian Image.
By artist: Susie Bright and Jill Posener.
London: Cassell, 1996.
Spray It Loud
By Jill Posener
Harpercollins (P); Reprint edition (June 1, 1987)
Louder Than Words
By Jill Posener
Harpercollins (P); (January 1, 1987)
Text: Fraya Frömming
Mit sieben Fotografien (Handabzüge) von Hucky Porzner.
Berlin: EDITION MALDOROR, 1996.
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