Louise Bourgeois - Saint Sebastienne
- 84,1 x 59,4 cm
- Frame is not included
A poster from Louisiana Museum of Modern Art with the work, Saint Sebastienne (1992), by the French-American artist, Louise Bourgeois. Bourgeois' works have been exhibited several times at Louisiana and her sculptures and prints are alluring, organic, and very much alive.
Bourgouis is a central figure in modern art history – and in Louisiana's collection. A retrospective exhibition in 2003, Louise Bourgeois – Life as Art, was followed in 2016 by the exhibition, Structures of Existence: The Cells. Louise Bourgeois' work is full of autobiographical material, father disputes, and painful experiences from life as a child and as a woman. It revolves around confinement, surveillance, and nightmares.