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2003, ISBN: 9780714841229

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One of the century's most distinguished artists, Louise Bourgeois is an utterly unique figure. Born in Paris in 1911, Bourgeois spent most of her career receiving little recognition from the art community. She has worked closely to many of the century's key artistic moments, from Surrealism to Abstract Expressionism to feminist art, and yet she remains distinct from all of them. An extraordinarily influential sculptor, she has worked, often experimentally, with materials varying from alabaster, plaster, latex, bronze and marble. Bourgeois is equally admired for her intimate drawings, often combining fragments of text, and her highly personal writings, which often address her long and complex life story. With the backdrop of a conflicted and sexually complicated family upbringing, her struggles as an artist in a world reserved for men, as well as her experiences as a mother, the subject of her work is as broad as the materials in which she expresses them. As a figure of outstanding significance in contemporary art, her stature has been recognized by such awards as the American National Medal of the Arts (1991), the French Grand Prix National de Sculpture (1991) and the Venice Biennale's Golden Lion Prize (1999), among others. Critic Paulo Herkenhoff (with Thyra Goodeve) has been in discussion with Bourgeois for many years. Topics in their Interview range from her troubled relationship with her father, to men's fashions, to her recollections of Marcel Duchamp, whom she knew personally. Critic and curator Robert Storr's Survey chronicles the unique trajectory of Bourgeois' work and life from a highly personal point of view. In his Focus, critic Allan Schwartzman concentrates on Cell (You Better Grow Up) (1993), an intense cage-like space. For her Artist's Choice Bourgeois has selected extracts from the novel Bonjour Tristesse (1954) by Francoise Sagan, whose story about a young girl's response to her father's amorous relationships parallels to some degree the artist's own childhood experiences. The Artist's Writings include an early text, 'The Puritan', from 1947, alongside discussions of her own work, autobiographical writings and artist's projects. Art, Fashion & Photography > Art & design > Art treatments & subjects > Individual artists & art monographs Louise Bourgeois|Paperback|Phaidon Press Ltd|18/04/2003, Phaidon Press Ltd

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Louise Bourgeois one of this century´s most distinguished artists. Louise Bourgeois is an utterly unique figure. Born in Paris in 1911, Bourgeois spent most of her career receiving little recognition from the art community until the 1980s, at about the age of seventy. She has worked closely to many of the century key artistic moments, from Surrealism to Abstract Expressionism to feminist-inspired art, and yet remains distinct from all these. An extraordinarily influential sculptor, she has worked, often experimentally, with materials varying from alabaster, plaster, latex, bronze and marble. Her best-known works include her series of Cells, such as The Red Room (Child) 1994:dramatically lit, highly suggestive installation spaces which draw together found objects with magnificent works of figurative and abstract sculpture. She is also admired for her intimate drawings, often combining fragments of text (such as The Insomnia Drawings, featured at Documenta 11, 2002), as well as her highly personal writings. With the backdrop of a conflict and sexually complicated family upbringing, her struggles as an artist in a world reserved for men, as well as her experiences as a mother, the subject of her work is as broad as the materials in which she expresses them. As a figure of outstanding significance in contemporary art, her stature has been recognized by such awards as the American National Medal of the Arts (1991), the French Grand Prix National de Sculpture (1991) and the Venice Biennale´s Golden Lion Prize (1999), among innumerable others. With a career spanning 70 years, Louise Bourgeois now enjoys cult status after a lifetime of little artistic recognition. As a sculptor, she has experimented with alabaster, plaster, latex, bronze and marble, and is equally admired for her intimate drawings and her highly personal writings. Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 01.1970, Phaidon Press, 01.1970

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With a career spanning 70 years, Louise Bourgeois now enjoys cult status after a lifetime of little artistic recognition. As a sculptor, she has experimented with alabaster, plaster, latex, bronze and marble, and is equally admired for her intimate drawings and her highly personal writings. Louise Bourgeois one of this century's most distinguished artists. Louise Bourgeois is an utterly unique figure. Born in Paris in 1911, Bourgeois spent most of her career receiving little recognition from the art community until the 1980s, at about the age of seventy. She has worked closely to many of the century key artistic moments, from Surrealism to Abstract Expressionism to feminist-inspired art, and yet remains distinct from all these. An extraordinarily influential sculptor, she has worked, often experimentally, with materials varying from alabaster, plaster, latex, bronze and marble. Her best-known works include her series of Cells, such as The Red Room (Child) 1994:dramatically lit, highly suggestive installation spaces which draw together found objects with magnificent works of figurative and abstract sculpture. She is also admired for her intimate drawings, often combining fragments of text (such as The Insomnia Drawings, featured at Documenta 11, 2002), as well as her highly personal writings. With the backdrop of a conflict and sexually complicated family upbringing, her struggles as an artist in a world reserved for men, as well as her experiences as a mother, the subject of her work is as broad as the materials in which she expresses them. As a figure of outstanding significance in contemporary art, her stature has been recognized by such awards as the American National Medal of the Arts (1991), the French Grand Prix National de Sculpture (1991) and the Venice Biennale's Golden Lion Prize (1999), among innumerable others. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-7148-4122-9, Phaidon Press

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Louise Bourgeois (Contemporary Artists Series)
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Louise Bourgeois, Paulo Herkenhoff, Robert Storr, Allan Schwartzman, Thyrza Goodeve

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Louise Bourgeois (Contemporary Artists Series)

ISBN:

0714841226

American sculptor, painter, and printmaker, born in Paris in 1911, Louis Bourgeois is an exceptional figure and one of the world's most important and sought-after artists. This monograph documents her career, which spans over seventy years touching on the key moments of surrealism, abstract expressionism, and feminism.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780714841229
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0714841226
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Date de parution: 2003
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