Given the large scale of some recent retrospectives (Koons at the Whitney comes to mind), it has become rare to leave such shows feeling like one hasn’t seen enough of an artist’s work. But such is the case with this retrospective of Geta Brătescu’s art, the Romanian artist’s first solo exhibition at any US museum. With only two rooms dedicated to exhibiting an output spanning the decades between 1974 and 2000, the collection of drawings, collages, videos and several sculptural installations…
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