The Monstrous Beauty of Louise Bourgeois's Late Textiles
U.S. · CULTURE · ENTERTAINMENT
May 9, 20227 min read1358 words
Published: May 9, 2022  |  7 min read1358 words
For Louise Bourgeois, the act of sewing was rich with meaning. Ripping, cutting, and stitching fabric reflected psychological states, reconfiguring childhood suffering, separation fears, and attempts at reparation and reconciliation. The Woven Child at Hayward Gallery is a powerf...
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