FUCK YEAH EXPRESSIONISM

Expressionism and expressionist art
theslantcreative:

Untitled from Ode à l’oubli - Louise Bourgeois
One from a fabric book with hand-embroidery and lithographed cover, page (approx.): 11 3/4 x 13” (29.8 x 33 cm). Publisher: unpublished. Edition: unique. Collection: MoMA

theslantcreative:

Untitled from Ode à l’oubli - Louise Bourgeois

One from a fabric book with hand-embroidery and lithographed cover, page (approx.): 11 3/4 x 13” (29.8 x 33 cm). Publisher: unpublished. Edition: unique. Collection: MoMA

(Source: theslantcreates)

installationarts:

Louise Bourgeois
Arch of Hysteria
1993
Bronze
Louise Bourgeois molded her assistant’s Jerry Gorovoy in order to create this bronze hanging sculpture.

installationarts:

Louise Bourgeois

Arch of Hysteria

1993

Bronze

Louise Bourgeois molded her assistant’s Jerry Gorovoy in order to create this bronze hanging sculpture.

amare-habeo:

Louise BOURGEOIS
Cell (glass spheres and hands) (1990-1993)
via National Gallery of Victoria
[Bourgeois explains that “the ‘Cells’ represent different types of pain: the physical, the emotional and the psychological, and the mental and intellectual. When does the emotional become the physical? When does the physical become the emotional? It’s a circle going round and round. Pain can begin at any point and turn in either direction.” via art:21 ]

amare-habeo:

Louise BOURGEOIS

Cell (glass spheres and hands) (1990-1993)

via National Gallery of Victoria

[Bourgeois explains that “the ‘Cells’ represent different types of pain: the physical, the emotional and the psychological, and the mental and intellectual. When does the emotional become the physical? When does the physical become the emotional? It’s a circle going round and round. Pain can begin at any point and turn in either direction.” via art:21 ]

Louise Bourgeois, Spider Woman, 2005

Louise Bourgeois, Spider Woman, 2005

From smithsonianmag.com: Louise Bourgeois in her apartment studio at 142 East 18th Street in New York, circa 1946.

From smithsonianmag.com: Louise Bourgeois in her apartment studio at 142 East 18th Street in New York, circa 1946.