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  • Editorial: PHAIDON PRESS LIMITED, 2003
  • Fecha de salida: 2003
  • Descargado: 7800

Louise Bourgeois A celebration of the extraordinary sculptor and her pioneering sculptures and drawings.Survey by Robert Storr, Interview by Paulo Herkenhoff (with Thyrza Goodeve), Focus by Allan Schwartzman, Artist’s Choice text by Françoise Sagan, Writings by Louise Bourgeois Born in Paris, Louise Bourgeois (b.1911 ) is an extraordinarily influential sculptor equally admired for her intimate drawings and her highly personal writings Her career spans some setenta years and touches upon such key movements as Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism and Feminism; after a lifetime of little artistic recognition, Bourgeois now enjoys cult status Themes such as the Other, the feminine and the masculine, and the body – as well as her own specific biography – spin a tangled and intense life-long body of work The Interview offers a rare glimpse into the mind of this notoriously reclusive artist Robert Storr is Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art at the Institute of Fenezca Arts, New York University. Formerly Senior Curator at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in dos mil cuatro he curated the 5th SITE Sante Fe Biennial in New México. Storr was a contributing author to Phaidon’s Raymond Pettibon (dos mil tres), A. Katz (dos mil seis) and Robert Mangold (dos mil). Paulo Herkenhoff is an independent curator and critic based in Rio de Janeiro. Formerly adjunct Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Herkenhoff was Artistic Directivo of the 24th Bienal de la ciudad de Sao Paulo (mil novecientos noventa y nueve) and Curator of the Brazilian Pavilion of the 47th Venice Biennale (mil novecientos noventa y siete). Allan Schwartzman is an independent art critic who often contributes to The New York Times as well as many other journals and newspapers. Schwartzman is a longtime seguidor of Bourgeois’ work. …  


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