Geta Brătescu (b. 1926, Ploiesti, Romania; d. 2018, Bucharest, Romania) was a conceptual artist and one of the most important artists in Eastern Europe and beyond. Her work includes drawings, collages, textiles, photography, experimental film, and performance. She also devoted herself to literature: Aesop, Medea, Mother Courage and Faust played the main roles in her work and they acted as alter egos.
In 2017, she represented Romania at the Venice Biennale.
Geta Brătescu studied at the Faculty of Literature and Philosophy of the University of Bucharest and at the Bucharest Academy of Fine Arts.