Posts Tagged ‘Louise Bourgeois’

Louise Bourgeois, Influential Sculptor, is Dead at 98 (NY Times) Creative Dialogue Between 3 Sculptors in West Chelsea (NY Times) A Gathering of Women with Cameras at MoMA (NY Times) Interview:  Marina Abramovic Talks about Her Current  at MoMA (WSJ) Art Review:  Alice Neel Portraits Shine at L.A. Louver (LA Times) What Jeffrey Deitch Should […]


Listening to artists describe the emotional impact of other artists’ work on their own work is fascinating. This educational BBC video is a wonderful window into Louise Bourgeois’ work through the eyes of hot British contemporary artists. Tracey Emin is particularly eloquent on the subject of Louise Bourgeois.


Amei Wallach discusses the joys and challenges of filming Louise Bourgeois in ARTINFO’s fascinating interview about her new documentary film, “The Spider, The Mistress, and the Tangerine,” co-directed with Marion Cajori.  The film features insight from critics/curators Robert Storr and Deborah Wye, and Ms. Bourgeois’ longtime assistant, Jerry Gorovoy.


Holland Cotter wrote a delicious review of Louise Bourgeois, currently at the Guggenheim through September 28, 2008.  Bourgeois, 97, was born in Paris and lives in New York.  While her work has been associated with the major movements of the 20th century, she has remained faithful to a style uniquely her own in the face of […]



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