Tag Archives: Geta Brătescu

This is my last Sunday of ‘Minus Plato Today’ and, typically, it is the hardest day to squeeze in a post. As with today, I usually have less than an hour to write, and so I often post something suggestive and less fleshed-out than on other days. While many Minus Plato posts are the result […]

What drew you to The Line of Geta Brătescu? Why did you settle on these works from the series? Were you not captivated by the video of her drawing the lines in action? (You would have heard her commentary on the lines as they grew). Does this photograph mean that you stood before the vertical […]