Geta Brătescu (born 1926) is regarded as the Grande Dame of Romanian Conceptual art. For her 90th birthday, the Hamburger Kunsthalle has arranged a comprehensive survey drawing together key works and work series spanning over six decades. It is the artist’s first retrospective museum show to be held outside of her home country Romania. Memory and history, processes of historical sedimentation and organic growth, conformity and deviation, self-inquiry and self-assertion are themes Brătescu has worked with and reviewed again and again in the course of her long artistic career. Read more.
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