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Louise Bourgeois: A Woman without Secrets

Louise Bourgeois: A Woman without Secrets

By (author) Lucy Askew
By (author) Anthony d'Offay


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  • A celebration of the later works of Louise Bourgeois looking at her sculpture, prints and drawings
  • Full page colour illustrations and details of the works
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Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) is one of the most significant and influential figures in modern and contemporary art, whose diverse practice has challenged conventions and captured the imagination of audiences around the world. This publication focuses on an outstanding collection of sculptures, works on paper and fabric works by the artist now on loan to the national ARTIST ROOMS collection and touring programme.

Highlighting the artist’s late work, this collection will bring the work of Bourgeois to audiences across the UK. As well as the works now held with ARTIST ROOMS, the publication illustrates important sculptures and works on paper from Tate, The Easton Foundation and the Louise Bourgeois Trust, offering insights into the practice of this most distinguished artist.

About the Author
Lucy Askew is senior curator at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. She was previously Managing Curator, ARTIST ROOMS for National Galleries of Scotland and Tate between 2008 and 2011.
National Galleries of Scotland
8th Dec 2014
265 mm x 215 mm
96 Pages
80 color
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