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Louise Bourgeois Spider 2003 Stainless steel and fabric Courtesy Cheim & Read, Galerie Karsten Greve and Galerie Hauser & Wirth © Louise Bourgeois Photo: Christopher Burke

"Louise Bourgeois. Structures of Existence: The Cells"  Venue: Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2015-2016) Spider/ L. Bourgouis  1997 Steel, tapestry, wood, glass, fabric, rubber, silver, gold and bone 177 × 262 × 204 in

Louise Bourgois was 97 when she made the last of her Cell works in two years before she died. In Cell (The Last Climb), an open door leads into a rusty wire cage. It’s not a prison but a gateway; inside, a spiral staircase leads up and out of the.

Rare, Candid Photos Show Louise Bourgeois in Her Home and Studio (Hyperallergic)

Rare, Candid Photos Show Louise Bourgeois in Her Home and Studio (Hyperallergic)

Louise Bourgeois with 'Maman,' Brooklyn (photo © Jean-François Jaussaud / Art: © The Easton Foundation)

Louise Bourgeois | Maman (Spider, Haitian Voudon)

slideandtumble: “ Maman, by Louise Bourgeois, outside the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain PHOTO CREDIT: Horatio Law ”

Spider (1997)  Bronze  (239 x 244 x 213)  LOUISE BOURGEOIS

TITLE: Spider ARTIST: Louise Bourgeois (American/French, saw this at the dia beacon is ny!

Louise Bourgeois: Late Works Installation View, Spider 1997 Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne Photograph: John Gollings

Jason Smith, Heide Director and CEO, in-depth interview with Claire Bridge for Art World Women tells why Louise Bourgeois is so important to contemporary art

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Artists in 60 Seconds: Louise Bourgeois

Louise Bourgeois (French-American, Spider, Stainless steel and fabric. Collection of the artist, courtesy Cheim Read, New York.

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Maman, Louise Bourgeois, at the Tate Modern, London Even as a bit of an arachnophobe, I'm liking this.

Louise Joséphine Bourgeois (25 December 1911 – 31 May 2010),was a renowned French-American artist and sculptor, best known for her contributions to both modern and contemporary art, and for her spider structures, titled Maman, which resulted in her being nicknamed the Spiderwoman. In 2011 one of her Spider works sold for a new record price for the artist at auction,and the highest price paid for a work by a woman artist. She is recognized today as the founder of confessional art.

Artists in 60 Seconds: Louise Bourgeois

Louise Bourgeois in next to her marble sculpture "Eye to Eye" 1970 photo by Raimon Ramis

Louise Bourgeois's eight foot high fabric tower. Untitled, 2001.

Never knew she did this type of work - Louise Bourgeois's eight foot high fabric tower.