Centre Pompidou 5 March to 2 June 2008
This March, the Centre Pompidou will be presenting the first extensive retrospective showcasing Louise Bourgeois’ work since the exhibition that the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris held in 1995. This retrospective has been organised with the London Tate Modern and will feature around 200 sculptures, paintings, drawings and engravings she produced between 1940 and 2007, with a special focus on the past decade and this 95-year-old artist’s knack for relentlessly rejuvenating her artistic language.
Louise Bourgeois en 1990 avec sa sculpture en marbre Eye to Eye (1970). © ADAGP, Paris, 2008.
© Photo: Raimon Ramis, D.R.