louise bourgeois

“I believe that if you work enough, the world is going to get better” Louise Bourgeois,

Louise Bourgeois at work, New York, 2009, by Dimitris Yeros. With artists, there's no such thing as retirement. The way life should be!

Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010)

Louise Bourgeois at work, New York, 2009 - Photo by Dimitris Yeros.

Louise Bourgeois

Louise Bourgeois dans son studio à New York, circa 1946 © Louise Bourgeois Archive

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Louise as a girl; 1922. Like & Repin. Noelito Flow. Noel  Panda http://www.instagram.com/noelitoflow

Louise Bourgeois (the young girl) with her brother, father and Sadie - 1922

#ThrowbackThursday Louise Bourgeois in her home studio, 1974. © The Easton Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York. Photo: Mark Setteducati #louisebourgeois #diaartfoundation

Inside the Louise Bourgeois house: The recessed, cluttered Chelsea townhouse where this artist lived for decades will soon open for visitors

"El arte es una garantía de cordura. Eso es lo más importante que he dicho" Louise Bourgeois

Artist and sculptor Louise Bourgeois. As one of the most important female artist of our times, Bourgeois is best known for her large scale sculpture Maman embracing her reoccurring themes of the artist’s childhood and family life.

Louise Bourgeois en 1990, derrière sa sculpture en marbre Eye to Eye, 1970 Photo Raimon Ramis

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