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LOUISE BOURGEOIS, I have been to Hell and Back., 2011 [Tote bag]

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LOUISE BOURGEOIS, I have been to Hell and Back., 2011
ca 42 x 35 x 12 cm,
screen print on cotton Tote bag
published by Moma, New York, USA
mint, rare
€ 385,- plus € 15,- registered mail





 

The image on this bag is a reproduction of an embroydery work. Originally Louise Bourgeois embroidered on a handkerchief the text ‘I have been to hell and back. And let me tell you it was wonderful.’ It expresses her opinion that life is a journey with up and downs, and in the end it was worth it. She put this text on her husband’s handkerchief.

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LOUISE BOURGEOIS, Spider Woman, 2011 [Tote bag]

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LOUISE BOURGEOIS, Spider Woman, 2011
42 x 35 x 12 cm
print on cotton, Tote bag
published by Moma, New York, USA
pristine

This screen print on cotton bag features a reproduction of Louise Bourgeois’ drypoint etching Spider Woman 2005. The bag has generous side gussets, an interior pouch (8″ x 10″) and an extra small pocket.

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LOUISE BOURGEOIS, Self-Pity, 2009

LOUISE BOURGEOIS, Self-Pity, 2009
75 x 66,5 x 6,1 cm
pillow shaped woven textile in frame
edition 25 copies
published by Louisiana Edition, Huemlebak, Denmark

sold

Louise Bourgeois made sculptures in wood, steel, stone and cast rubber and used drawing and printing as a tool of artistic expression, often organic in form and sexually explicit, emotionally aggressive yet witty, covered many stylistic bases. But from first to last they shared a set of repeated themes centered on the human body and its need for nurture and protection in a frightening world;  protection often translated into images of shelter or home.

History of prices:
Louisiana Edition, Huemlebak, Denmark € 8.800,- incl. V.A.T.   November 2012

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BOURGEOIS, LOUISE prints

LOUISE BOURGEOIS, Untitled, 1994

     

LOUISE BOURGEOIS, Untitled, 1994
each 92,7 x 71 cm / 36 x 28 inches
hand coloured intaglio print
edition 65 (black and white) and edition 35 (red)
signed, numbered
published by The Paris Review, New York, USA
not available

Louise Bourgeois made sculptures in wood, steel, stone and cast rubber and used drawing and printing as a tool of artistic expression, often organic in form and sexually explicit, emotionally aggressive yet witty, covered many stylistic bases. But from first to last they shared a set of repeated themes centered on the human body and its need for nurture and protection in a frightening world;  protection often translated into images of shelter or home.

 

History of prices:
each US$ 3,500.-  September 2012