Georgia O´Keeffe is a legend, the icon of 20th century American painting, a pioneer - as an artist and a woman. In the 1930s, at the height of her fame, she leaves New York and settles alone on old Indian land in the northwest of Santa Fe. Undaunted, the painter, who broke all conventions in her life, pursued her path - and found her place in the New Mexico desert.
Her self-determined, permissive life gave the beautiful, brittle woman cult status as early as the 1930s. Until her old age, she lived her dream in a rough world that is now named after her, "O´Keeffe Country".
The film documentary by Birgitta Ashoff follows her tracks in New York and New Mexico. The director succeeded in gaining an exclusive insight into O´Keeffe´s studios for the first time, in the legendary Ghost Ranch and in her lonely private home in Abiquiu.
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