love louise bourgeois.

love louise bourgeois.

Louise Bourgeois. 1992. Garment from the performance "She Lost It"

Louise Bourgeois. 1992. Garment from the performance "She Lost It"

Louise Bourgeois - 'To Unravel a Torment You Must Begin Somewhere' from series 'What is the Shape of this Problem?',1999.

Louise Bourgeois - 'To Unravel a Torment You Must Begin Somewhere' from series 'What is the Shape of this Problem?',1999.

Pregnant Woman, 2008; Louise Bourgeois (American, born France. 1911–2010); Gouache on paper (© 2014 The Easton Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, NY) (MOMA)

Pregnant Woman, 2008; Louise Bourgeois (American, born France. 1911–2010); Gouache on paper (© 2014 The Easton Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, NY) (MOMA)

Louise Bourgeois: She Lost It (1992).  I am not the only women artist with anxiety.

Louise Bourgeois: She Lost It (1992). I am not the only women artist with anxiety.

deformation/defying the norm - beauty/imperfections? (Louise Bourgeois Capodimonte)

deformation/defying the norm - beauty/imperfections? (Louise Bourgeois Capodimonte)

Louise Bourgeois | Suspension http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/02/louise-bourgeois_n_6251564.html

Louise Bourgeois | Suspension http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/02/louise-bourgeois_n_6251564.html

'I See You' by Louise Bourgeois.

'I See You' by Louise Bourgeois.

What a lovely tribute to Louise Bourgeois you have created. I'll bet, though, that Louise would have thought it was disrespectful boneheaded laziness that led to your fucking up the spelling and then presenting it as a quote.

What a lovely tribute to Louise Bourgeois you have created. I'll bet, though, that Louise would have thought it was disrespectful boneheaded laziness that led to your fucking up the spelling and then presenting it as a quote.

Louise Bourgeois, Cell (The Last Climb), 2008.  Steel, glass, rubber, thread and wood, 151-1/2 x 157-1/2 x 118 inches.   Collection National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo: Christopher Burke

Louise Bourgeois, Cell (The Last Climb), 2008. Steel, glass, rubber, thread and wood, 151-1/2 x 157-1/2 x 118 inches. Collection National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo: Christopher Burke

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