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Louise Bourgeois

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A work of art requires no explanation. The work has to speak for itself. It may be the subject of many interpretations, though the artist only had one in mind. Some artists say it’s their responsibility to make the work understandable for the public, but I don’t agree with that. The only responsibility lies in being completely truthful to yourself. My work unsettles the viewer, but nobody wants to be alarmed. The public isn’t completely aware of the effect my work has on it. But it does know that it’s disturbed by it.
Louise Bourgeois, quoted in Aller-Retour.

 

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Louise Bourgeois: Alone and Together

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Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine

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Louise Bourgeois & Gary Indiana: To Whom It May Concern

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Louise Bourgeois: Art to Read Series

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Text by By Ulf Küster.

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Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed

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Edited by Philip Larratt-Smith. Text by Louise Bourgeois, Elisabeth Bronfen, Donald Kuspit, Juliet Mitchell, Mignon Nixon, Paul Verhaeghe with Julie de Ganck, Meg Harris Williams.

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Louise Bourgeois

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Louise Bourgeois: The Blind Leading the Blind

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Edited and text by Mâkhi Xenakis.

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Louise Bourgeois

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Edited by Lionel Bovier, Hans Ulrich Obrist.

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Louise Bourgeois: Aller-Retour

VERLAG FUR MODERNE KUNST NURNBERG
Essays by Gerald Matt, Phillip Larrat-Smith and Peter Weiermeier.

Hardcover, 9.5 x 8.75 in. / 216 pgs / 164 color. | 8/15/2006 | Not available
ISBN 9783938821190 | $50.00


Louise Bourgeois: Blue Days And Pink Days

FONDAZIONE PRADA
Artwork by Louise Bourgeois.

Paperback, 9.5 x 12 in. / 320 pgs / 200 duotone. | 3/2/1998 | In stock
ISBN 9788887029048 | $55.00


      

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Louise Bourgeois: La Famille

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Essay by Thomas Kellein. Text by Louise Bourgeois.

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ISBN 9781933045429 | $45.00


Louise Bourgeois: Emotions Abstracted

HATJE CANTZ PUBLISHERS
Edited by Eva Keller. Essays by Robert Storr and Jean de la Fontaine.

Clothbound, 9.5 x 11.75 in. / 144 pgs / 65 color. | 8/2/2004 | Not available
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Louise Bourgeois: Life As Art

LOUISIANA MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
Edited by Anders Kold and Michael Juul Holm. Essays by Poul Erik Tojner and Penelope Vinding. Introduction by Julie Sylvester.

Paperback, 8.25 x 10.25 in. / 80 pgs / 49 color 33 BW / 1 duotone | 7/2/2003 | Not available
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Louise Bourgeois: Return of the Repressed

We are pleased to present a preview of Violette Editions' extraordinary forthcoming collection of Louise Bourgeois' psychoanalytic writings, The Return of the Repressed.
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Louise Bourgeois: Alone and TogetherLouise Bourgeois: Alone and Together

Published by Faurschou Foundation.
Edited by Janna Lund, Wendy Williams, Maggie Wright. Foreword by Luise Faurschou, Jens Faurschou. Text by Zhu Qi, Maya Kóvskaya.

Alone and Together accompanies two retrospective exhibitions on Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010) curated by her personal assistant and friend, Jerry Gorovoy. As the title of this publication--taken from Bourgeois’ gouache diptych of the same name--indicates, the artist’s lifelong creative and personal trajectory was determined by the need to, as Gorovoy puts it, "alleviate a core experience of abandonment." Her works take their point of departure from her most meaningful relationships--parents, children and partners--and thus focus on abiding themes of birth, childhood, family and motherhood, the rejections of lovers and other abandonments. Produced over seven decades, the works in this publication demonstrate Bourgeois’ broad use of materials and scale: from her hanging aluminum sculptures and "cell" installations to her iconic spider sculptures and series of feathery gouache diptychs on paper.

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Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the TangerineLouise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine

A Film by Marion Cajori & Amei Wallach

Published by Zeitgeist Films.

Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine is a mesmerizing cinematic journey inside the world of the modern art legend and feminist icon. As an artist, Louise Bourgeois always worked on her own vigorously inventive and disquieting terms. In 1982, at the age of 71, she became the first woman honored with a major retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art. She went on to create her most powerful and persuasive work--the massive spider sculptures that have since been exhibited all over the world. As a screen presence, Bourgeois is magnetic, mercurial and emotionally raw. Filmed with unparalleled access between 1993 and 2007, this documentary delicately sheds light on the ways in which her childhood traumas and memories became embodied in objects and installations. An intimate and human engagement with an artist’s world, this documentary is a comprehensive and dramatic work of creativity and revelation.

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Louise Bourgeois & Gary Indiana: To Whom It May ConcernLouise Bourgeois & Gary Indiana: To Whom It May Concern

Published by Violette Editions.

Originally published in a large-format limited edition of seven copies, To Whom It May Concern pairs Louise Bourgeois' luminous male and female torsos with Gary Indiana's prose poems, in a meditation on physicality, sexuality and relationships. Violette's publication reproduces this artist's book--one of the last projects Bourgeois completed before her death in 2010--in a reduced, collectable format. Bourgeois' headless bodies, printed en face in erotic stand-off, represent male and female at their essential: swollen bellies, heavy breasts and engorged phalluses, all rendered in rich pinks, purples, reds and blues. Indiana's short, visceral but lyrical texts are interspersed throughout in an electric blue typewriter font, conversing with these images through an unconventional non-narrative on the limits of flesh, desire and intimacy. Simple and elegant in design, and exquisitely printed, To Whom It May Concern throbs with stripped-down eroticism and the sensualities of image and language juxtaposed.

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Louise Bourgeois: Art to Read SeriesLouise Bourgeois: Art to Read Series

Published by Hatje Cantz.
Text by By Ulf Küster.

The recently deceased French-American sculptor Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010) was one of the most important artists of the last century. Her fleshy blobs, skeletal spiders and the aggressive fragility of her work offered a new solution to the antagonism between the figurative and the abstract that had previously been part and parcel of modernism. Bourgeois herself provided a unique interpretive level to modern art through the uses she made of childhood trauma, family life and sexuality. This accessible study serves as both an ideal introduction to the central themes of the late artist’s oeuvre and as a commemoration of her one-hundredth birthday. Over the course of nine chapters, it examines her life, her exploration of the works of other artists and the transformation of her emotions into such works of art as the now iconic pieces “Destruction of the Father,” “Fillette,” “Cells” and “Maman.”

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Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the RepressedLouise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed

Psychoanalytic Writings

Published by Violette Editions.
Edited by Philip Larratt-Smith. Text by Louise Bourgeois, Elisabeth Bronfen, Donald Kuspit, Juliet Mitchell, Mignon Nixon, Paul Verhaeghe with Julie de Ganck, Meg Harris Williams.

Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010) invented a new kind of language for sculpture--a language that was essentially psychoanalytic, uniquely capable of expressing oedipal struggle, ominous forces of repression, sexual symbolism and material uncanniness. Famed for some of the twentieth century’s most enduring works, such as “The Destruction of the Father” (1974), “Arch of Hysteria” (1993) and “Maman” (1999), Bourgeois also disseminated her influence through her writings, collected in the 1998 volume Destruction of the Father/Reconstruction of the Father: Writings 1927–1997--originally published by Robert Violette, also the publisher of this new deluxe writings-cum-monograph two-volume set. Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed highlights the enduring presence of psychoanalysis as a motivational force and a site of exploration in the artist’s life and work. Selected and edited by Philip Larratt-Smith (Bourgeois’ literary archivist), and contextualized with eight extensive scholarly essays, this collection of approximately 80 previously unpublished writings spans some six decades of the artist’s production. The second volume in this gorgeous slipcased set is an impressive, up-to-date Bourgeois monograph that details works made right up until the artist’s death in 2010. Together, the two volumes comprise the most complete portrait of the life, work and thought of this seminal figure.

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Louise BourgeoisLouise Bourgeois

Artist's Portfolio

Published by La Fábrica.

Louise Bourgeois' drawings for the La Fabrica Matador series of Artist Portfolios, originally produced in 1999, are executed on music notation paper using red, blue and black ballpoint pens. In a short statement written for the portfolio, Bourgeois writes: "At first there is terrific tension. Then slowly line, shape, space and color, like notes on a score, begin to form a rhythm."

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Louise Bourgeois: The Blind Leading the BlindLouise Bourgeois: The Blind Leading the Blind

Published by Actes Sud.
Edited and text by Mâkhi Xenakis.

Reviewing Louise Bourgeois' monumental 2007-2008 traveling retrospective during its stop at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, The New York Times' Holland Cotter wrote, for Bourgeois, "art is not a job; it is a life. It is what you do when you get up in the morning, and what you continue to do all day, through headaches and phone calls, breakups and breakdowns, silences and celebrations. It is what you keep doing after dark, and when you can't sleep at night... She is an art-world presence, a personality and a loquacious one, ever ready to share her history." This volume, an absolute treasure put together by the French artist Mâkhi Xenakis, takes the reader back to Bourgeois' childhood haunts. It includes documentary and family photographs from the artist's youth, as well as reproductions of artworks that are traced to specific times and places during her life. Short texts accompany each image and Bourgeois' comments and explanations run throughout.

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Hardcover, 8.75 x 11 in. / 112 pgs / 100 color.

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Louise BourgeoisLouise Bourgeois

Published by JRP|Ringier.
Edited by Lionel Bovier, Hans Ulrich Obrist.

My goal is to re-experience a past emotion...to relive anxiety…anxiety is a passive state, and the object is to be active and take control, stated Louise Bourgeois about her practice, which spanned more than 60 years and a variety of media. This beautifully produced, limited-edition book is a rare glimpse at over 40 of Bourgeois’ works, mostly drawings from a private Swiss collection, which are richly reproduced and juxtaposed with excerpts from her journal. The diary entries highlight Bourgeois’ method of mining her past as part of her practice, but the work itself draws heavily from an impressive breadth of historical and contemporary art. These works, produced from 1939 to 2002, also provide a new look at the evolution of one of this century’s most important artists--who has stopped being innovative and inspiring to her peers. Her defiance in the face of all of twentieth-century art movements is legendary.

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Louise Bourgeois: La FamilleLouise Bourgeois: La Famille

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Essay by Thomas Kellein. Text by Louise Bourgeois.

The fear of being born into the world an unwanted girl; the fear of becoming a pawn in the lives of her parents; the fear of failing as a wife, mother and artist: Over the course of her 70 years as an artist, Louise Bourgeois, born in 1911 in Paris, has always placed the psychology of family at the center of her work. Bourgeois left her homeland in 1938, without a degree, to live in New York with her husband, Robert Goldwater, a curator at The Museum of Modern Art. In 1940, the couple adopted their first son, and in 1941 Bourgeois gave birth to two more boys. Her artistic oeuvre deals almost exclusively with the fear of not being able to live up to the roles she was born into and took on. Most of her early works consisted of paintings on the theme of family, many of which have rarely, if ever, been reproduced. When she first began sculpting, she portrayed children and family members as stakes fatefully stuck in the ground, "Personnages," with windows and openings, who occasionally carried small packages, but who seemed mute and paralyzed. Her later work grew more sexualized, and after the death of her husband, she pursued the paternal element intensely. This thematic gathering of 20 paintings, more than 60 drawings, 35 sculptures and 5 embroideries made between 1935 and 2005 is also, by virtue of the centrality of family to her oeuvre, an overarching retrospective, a focused view of her career.

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Hardcover, 7 x 9.5 in. / 242 pgs / 150 color / 20 bw.

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Louise Bourgeois: Aller-RetourLouise Bourgeois: Aller-Retour

Published by Verlag Fur Moderne Kunst Nurnberg.
Essays by Gerald Matt, Phillip Larrat-Smith and Peter Weiermeier.

Over the past intensely productive decade, Louise Bourgeois's drawings have been dominated by diary-like work in which text and sign often mix. This extensive compendium of that work and its antecedents shares a series design with her recent book of sculpture, and the dialogue between mediums is lively in both titles, which also share a determination to put Bourgeois's current work in the context of her oeuvre, not just her work in other mediums but her work of other eras. Long denied due recognition, Bourgeois became an avant-garde superstar late in life, and is today, at 94, considered "a great figure of the postmodern" (Peter Weiermair). Since the 1980s, her work has followed the prevalent notion of art that rejects universal style and formal understanding in favor of a personal approach. Her central concern lies in establishing an intense, open discussion on the dialectics of thoughts and feelings, on the internal conflict wrought by external relationships. Here, some 150 works are grouped thematically around motifs such as "rivers," "spiders" and "proverbs/aper¡us." A separate retrospective section of older works allows the rest of the book to shift toward the present, which is full of dark and dervish-like activity. Of her prominence, Bourgeois has said, "My luck was that I became famous so late that fame could not destroy me." On the contrary, readers will agree that fame--or is it time?--has invigorated and animated Bourgeois to an exceptional degree.

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Hardcover, 9.5 x 8.75 in. / 216 pgs / 164 color.

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Louise Bourgeois: Emotions AbstractedLouise Bourgeois: Emotions Abstracted

Published by Hatje Cantz Publishers.
Edited by Eva Keller. Essays by Robert Storr and Jean de la Fontaine.

Born in Paris in 1911 and a New Yorker since 1938, Louise Bourgeois created a unique oeuvre that owes no allegiance to twentieth-century “isms” in the course of a career than has spanned more than 60 years. Her art is grounded in her own life and experience: “My goal is to re-experience a past emotion... to relive anxiety... anxiety is a passive state, and the object is to be active and take control.” Yet Louise Bourgeois did not create an autonomous universe as an artistic hermit. While her art is nourished by personal experience, it also draws from art and art history--a wellspring of inspiration from which she developed her themes, concepts and approach to media in both two- and three-dimensional works. Her rich and fascinating oeuvre is the subject of this publication, which presents more than 50 works from 60 years of creative activity in impressive full-color illustrations. Most of the works featured here are from the Daros Collection in Zurich.

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Clothbound, 9.5 x 11.75 in. / 144 pgs / 65 color.

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Louise Bourgeois: Life As ArtLouise Bourgeois: Life As Art

Published by Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
Edited by Anders Kold and Michael Juul Holm. Essays by Poul Erik Tojner and Penelope Vinding. Introduction by Julie Sylvester.

There is a constant desire to manipulate instead of being manipulated. Art is manipulation without any intervention. So said Louise Bourgeois in a 1988 statement, and so she has attempted to do throughout her life's work, which continues to this day. This modest yet comprehensive volume reveals Bourgeois' Life as Art, reproducing a range of work from throughout her career alongside a selection of photographs, incisive essays and an illustrated biography.

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LOUISIANA MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

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Louise Bourgeois: Blue Days And Pink Days

Published by Fondazione Prada.
Artwork by Louise Bourgeois.

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