Looking forward to checking this out at the Tate Liverpool. We love Getas’s use of colour and vibrant collages.
‘I sing with my pens’ | Tate Liverpool
To coincide with her forthcoming exhibition at Tate Liverpool – her first solo show in a British institution – Eleanor Clayton pays a visit to the studio of celebrated octogenarian Romanian artist Geta Bratescu
Source: ‘I sing with my pens’ | Tate
Geta Brătescu, curated by Eleanor Clayton, independent curator, and Lauren Barnes, Assistant Curator, Tate Liverpool, Tate Liverpool, 30 June – 18 October. The exhibition includes Medeic Callisthenic Moves 1980–1, made with six panels of cotton thread embroidered on linen on felt, purchased with funds provided by the Russia and Eastern European Acquisitions Committee.