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Louise Bourgeois sculpting Sleep II in Italy, 1967 (above).  The Dangerous Obsession, 2003 (below).

Analyze This

The Freud Museum puts Louise Bourgeois on the couch Read More


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The Feminist Evolution

Museums are exhibiting an increased sensitivity to collecting and presenting works by women— through new acquisitions, solo shows, and a stronger focus on artists who were previously neglected. But true gender equality, critics maintain, remains elusive. Read More


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In Memoriam: Nancy Spero

Often using mere paper as a medium and a powerful pictorial vocabulary of her own invention, Nancy Spero spun tales of ferocious, heroic women. Read More


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Spero’s Heroes

Often using mere paper as a medium and a powerful pictorial vocabulary of her own invention, Nancy Spero spins tales of ferocious, heroic women. Read More


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Show and Tell

Louise Bourgeois at her Sunday salon. Read More


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HINT: Avoid the Word ‘Nice’

Gallery openings are rites with their own special etiquette and language. Here’s a primer on what—and what not—to say. Read More


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Gender Bender

They came a long way, and ARTnews was there. Read More


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The Mod Bod

Modified, magnified, dissected, and erected, the body takes on unexpected shapes when sculptors use it as a metaphor for emotions. Modified, magnified, dissected, and erected, the body takes on unexpected shapes when sculptors use it as a metaphor for emotions. Read More