Untitled, 2002, Louise Bourgeois
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 Publisher: unpublished.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
Untitled, (2002) by Louise Bourgeois
Arch of Hysteria
Louise Bourgeois molded her assistant’s Jerry Gorovoy in order to create this bronze hanging sculpture.
Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, 2005
Maman, Louise Bourgeois.
Cell (glass spheres and hands) (1990-1993)
[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 ]
Girl With Hair
Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Gallery
From smithsonianmag.com: Louise Bourgeois in her apartment studio at 142 East 18th Street in New York, circa 1946.