REFLECTIONS OF A WOMAN 1997
"In this series of paintings Gretta is talking not only about herself, but also about other women. She has found a way to represent women's nature. It is not her body any more, but every woman's body. They can still be self-portraits, but they also are portraits of the women of today, full of confidence about their own identity and conscious of their power."
August 1997 - Hanneke van der Werk - essay published published on the occasion of Gretta’s solo exhibition at Wolseley Fine Arts Gallery, London.
"From her avant-garde work in the Seventies and Eighties to her return to first principles in the Nineties. Brazilian artist Gretta Sarfaty has always concerned herself with perceptions of the body. Sarfaty's latest series addresses the role of the nude in art history.
December 2, 1997 - Mike Higgins - Ed.: The Independent - London – UK “Gretta - Reflections of a Woman...”