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Media Advisory: Tickets on Sale May 30 for 'Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern' opening August 18 at Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Winston-Salem, NC—Tickets for Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern, coming later this summer to Reynolda House Museum of American Art, will go on sale to the public May 30 at 9 a.m. The exhibition will be presented August 18 through November 19 at the museum, which is the exhibition’s sole venue in the South. 

Admission will be based on timed entry tickets purchased in advance, with several entry times available for each day. The museum will extend its hours until 8 p.m. each Thursday of the exhibition to accommodate visitors. Admission also includes Reynolda House’s collection on view throughout the historic house, and access to Reynolda’s gardens, trails and greenspace. 

Tickets are available online at reynoldahouse.org/livingmodern. Tickets are $18 for adults. Admission is free for children, students with identification and members of the military. Advance ticket reservations are strongly encouraged.

Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern, a landmark exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Museum, examines the artist’s self-crafted persona through her art, her dress, and her progressive, independent lifestyle. More than 190 paintings, photographs, sculptures and personal objects will be on view, including jewelry, accessories, and garments from her wardrobe, some designed and made by the artist herself. The exhibition reveals the artist’s powerful ownership of her public and artistic identity and affirms that she embodied the same modern aesthetic in her self-fashioning as in her art.

For more information about the exhibition, visit reynoldahouse.org/livingmodern. Read the full exhibition press release on the museum’s press page. Overnight packages for out-of-town guests are available on the museum’s website at reynoldahouse.org/overnight.

Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern is organized by the Brooklyn Museum with guest curator Wanda M. Corn, Robert and Ruth Halperin Professor Emerita in Art History, Stanford University. Reynolda House Museum of American Art is grateful for the generous support of the exhibition from Presenting Sponsors Hanesbrands, PNC, and Hawthorn, PNC Family Wealth. Special thanks to Major Sponsors The Cathleen & Ray McKinney Exhibition Fund, Nancy and Ed Pleasants, and Mona and Wallace Wu; Lead Sponsors Pam and Fred Kahl; and Contributing Sponsors Alex.Brown, Chatham Hall, and Macy’s.


About Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Reynolda House Museum of American Art in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is recognized as a rare gem among the nation’s cultural institutions. The museum presents an exceptional collection of art by America’s most noted artists in an incomparable setting:  the 1917 country home of Katharine and Richard Joshua (R. J.) Reynolds. Spanning 250 years of painting, prints, sculpture, photography and video art, the collection has been guided with the prescient and unerring eye of Barbara Babcock Millhouse, granddaughter of Katharine and R. J. Reynolds. Highlights include important works by Albert Bierstadt, William Merritt Chase, Frederic Edwin Church, Chuck Close, Stuart Davis, Arthur Dove, Martin Johnson Heade, Lee Krasner, Georgia O’Keeffe, Nam June Paik, Martin Puryear, Gilbert Stuart and Grant Wood. In addition to its collection of fine art, Reynolda House holds decorative arts and estate archive collections and mounts exhibitions from all periods in the 2005 Mary and Charlie Babcock Wing. Established in 1967 and now affiliated with Wake Forest University, the museum will mark two anniversaries in 2017—the 50th of its founding and the 100th of the completion of its estate—with major exhibitions and events. The complete Reynolda experience includes Reynolda Gardens, composed of formal gardens, walking trails and wetlands, and Reynolda Village, now an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants in many of the estate’s original buildings. For more information, please visit reynoldahouse.org.