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Geta Brătescu

Geta Brătescu

The studio is myself

This first major retrospective in Belgium of the Romanian artist Geta Brătescu offers an overview of the exceptionally varied body of work from the now 91-year-old Brătescu. The main thread is her approach to the artists’ studio as a space for reflection, experimentation and (self-)criticism.

Opening hours

  • S 19/11  >
  • M 20/11 closed
  • T 21/11  >
  • W 22/11  >
  • T 23/11  >
  • F 24/11  >
  • S 25/11  >
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Basic price
Reduction +65 years
Reduction -26 years
Reduction -19 years


MSK (Museum Schone Kunsten)

Citadelpark, Fernand Scribedreef 1
9000 Gent
Tel.: +32-9323670
E-mailadres: museum.msk@stad.gent
Stadsplan: C8


Overview of all activities in a single pdf file


Overview of all activities in a single pdf file.
Only available in digital format

In the neighbourhood

S.M.A.K. - Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst

Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art

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Whale spotting
In 2015, a young finback whale came into the port of Ghent on the bow of a ship from Brazil. The young animal, measuring almost 12 metres long, had died at sea and was brought to land by the fire brigade.
Museum voor Schone Kunsten
This exhibition presents sculptures, photos and designs by the Italian sculptor Medardo Rosso, one of Rodin’s contemporaries