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Louise Bourgeois


12/25/1911 - 05/31/2010

Louise Bourgeois was a French-born artist who spent the majority of her adult life working in New York. Throughout her career, she explored various media between painting, printing, and installations of all types, but her work consistently maintained themes of loneliness, anger, jealousy, and fear. She exhibited with the Abstract Expressionists, but her work also contains elements of Surrealism and Feminist art and is not formally affiliated with a specific movement. Although her works are not strictly autobiographical, Bourgeois considered her art a therapeutic outlet for past traumas.

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