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Geta Bratescu in her studio in Bucharest

Geta Bratescu in her studio in Bucharest

Geta Brătescu - 'I sing with my pens' In the studio with Geta Brătescu| Tate . Photo in her Bucharest studio, February 2015, photographed by Stefan Sava

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

Geta Brătescu 'I sing with my pens' In the studio with Geta Brătescu | Tate. Photo in her Bucharest studio, February 2015, photographed by Stefan Sava

Geta Brătescu in her Bucharest studio, February photographed by Stefan Sava

Geta Bratescu

Geta Bratescu’s conceptual scraps and Hari Kuyo’s broken needles

Geta Brătescu in her Bucharest studio, February 2015, photographed by Stefan Sava

Geta Brătescu in her Bucharest studio, February photographed by Stefan Sava

Paul Cox: Je moet zien om te kunnen doen

Paul Cox: Je moet zien om te kunnen doen

Geta Bratescu in her studio, saw her work at Tate Liverpool oct 2015

Geta Bratescu in her studio, saw her work at Tate Liverpool oct 2015

Paul Gauguin playing the harmonium in Alphonse Mucha’s studio at rue de la Grande-Chaumière, Paris, 1893

The artist painter Paul Gauguin playing the harmonium in Alfons Mucha’s studio at rue de la Grande-Chaumière, Paris , 1895 by Alfons Mucha gauguin mucha mucha instrument piano

22.11.08: Artists' Studios

Artists' studios: Norman Ackroyd

ROSE WYLIE, at her home/studio, in Kent. "My mother thought women should have an escape route". Painter Rose Wylie is finally being talked about as an up-and-coming artist – at 77.

Rose Wylie: 'My mother thought women should have an escape route'

ROSE WYLIE, at her home/studio, in Kent. "My mother thought women should have an escape route". Painter Rose Wylie is finally being talked about as an up-and-coming artist – at

Mavericks at the Royal Academy. Charting the course of British architecture through twelve maverick architects: Smythson, Vanbrugh, Wyatt, Soane, Cockerell, Mackintosh, Holden, Goodhart-Rendel, Stirling, Price, FAT and Hadid.

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