• The Artist's Studios (Los talleres de la artista)


    • Solo Exhibition
    • Contemporary

    Dates and Opening hours

    MAR 09 to SEP 29, 2013

    Tuesday to Friday: mornings: from 11:00 to 14:00 pm. Afternoon: from 17:00 to 20:00 pm. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: morning: from 11:00 to 15:00 hs. Afternoon: from 17:00 to 21:00 pm. Monday: closed.



    Geta Bratescu is a conceptual artist based in Eastern Europe retaining / employing a series of procedures pertaining to visual and conceptual arsenal of modernism but at the same time, modulates and transforms this legacy and advances (concurrently) to the forms "contemporary "conceptualization of expression and artistic act, emphasizing performance, process, self-representation and serial art. She has always shown extraordinary complexity when dealing with a huge variety of materials and means of expression: drawings, collages, objects, prints, photographs, experimental film, happenings, draperies. To this we must add their texts, which can be interpreted in relation to his art but have an autonomous identity itself. The two-dimensional visual and textual- Geta Bratescu´Art appreciate together in this exhibition.

    Geta Bratescu Exposure: The Artist's Studios (artist workshops) scans provide insights Artist incessant limits and possibilities of art, highlighting the multidisciplinary approach and methodology and the intellectual depth of his thought. The "studio" or "workshop" is not just a physical space in which develops artistic activity, but also the manifestation of a certain disposition or attitude that triggers the mental and creative process - a process that is both a art object, as the process leading to a formal resolution. Given the physical parameters that determine the way in which the artist lives and works, as well as purely mental constructs used in the operation of artifice and imagination, the artist establishes a connection unwavering and constant interaction between art and life, reality and artifice, nature and culture. Studies and workshops are both physical and mental places, kingdoms intellectuals around which accumulate several constellations of meanings.

    A project organized by MNAC, National Museum of Contemporary Art (Bucharest, Romania) in collaboration with MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon.

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