Opening tomorrow at the Brooklyn Museum is “Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern”, an exhibition that explores the artist’s public persona through her elegant and somewhat solemn wardrobe. Including over 60 items, the exhibition features many garments carefully crafted by the artist herself, much like she crafted a persona through her clothing, belongings, home and lifestyle. In addition to the iconic garments, the exhibition also features accompanying photographs of the artist wearing the clothing, many of which were taken by her husband, the legendary photographer Alfred Stieglitz. O’Keeffe broke with traditional feminine trends and favored more masculine attire, opting for more practical while stylish pieces such as tunics, shirt dresses, two-piece suits and other exquisitely tailored, loose-fitting garments mostly in shades of black and white. The exhibition curator Wanda Corn says “She covered her body and head with abstract shapes, like she did her canvases”. Her style and aesthetic remained consistent throughout her career and life. The exhibition will be on view through July 23rd, 2017. See the Georgia O’Keeffe Print Collection.