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Destruction of the father reconstruction of the father : writings and interviews, 1923-1997

Author: Louise Bourgeois; Marie-Laure Bernadac; Hans Ulrich Obrist
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press in association with Violette Editions, London, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since the age of twelve, the internationally renowned sculptor Louise Bourgeois has been writing - writing and drawing. First a diary precisely recounting the everyday events of her family life, then notes and reflections. Destruction of the Father - the title comes from the name of a sculpture she made following the death of her husband in 1973 - contains both formal texts and what the artist calls "pen-thoughts":  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Interviews
Entretiens
Biographies
Named Person: Louise Bourgeois; Louise Bourgeois; Louise Bourgeois; Louise Bourgeois; Louise Bourgeois; Louise (Künstlerin) Bourgeois
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louise Bourgeois; Marie-Laure Bernadac; Hans Ulrich Obrist
ISBN: 0262522462 9780262522465
OCLC Number: 37843769
Description: 384 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Preface / Hans-Ulrich Obrist --
Introduction / Marie-Laure Bernadac --
Letters to Colette Richarme 1937-1940 --
Select Diary Notes 1939-1944 --
Letter to Alfred H. Barr, Jr. 1942 --
Natural History 1944 --
On Early Paintings 1947 --
He Disappeared into Complete Silence 1947 --
She Lost It 1947/1992 --
The Puritan 1947/1990 --
Select Diary Notes 1949-1954 --
Letter to Alfred H. Barr, Jr. 1950 --
The Genesis of a Work of Art 1950 --
Letter to Erick Hawkins 1951-2 --
An Artist's Words 1954 --
Autobiographical Notes Early 1960s --
Select Diary Notes 1960-1979 --
On the Creative Process Mid 1960s --
Form Late 1960s --
Brief Account of Career c. 1965 --
Program for Work in Sculpture 1968 --
Letter to Albert Elsen 1968.
Responsibility: Louise Bourgeois ; edited and with texts by Marie-Laure Bernadac and Hans-Ulrich Obrist.

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Since the age of twelve, the internationally renowned sculptor Louise Bourgeois has been writing - writing and drawing. First a diary precisely recounting the everyday events of her family life, then notes and reflections. Destruction of the Father - the title comes from the name of a sculpture she made following the death of her husband in 1973 - contains both formal texts and what the artist calls "pen-thoughts": drawing-texts often connected to her drawings and sculptures, with stories or poems inscribed alongside the images. This book collects both her writings and her spoken remarks on art, confirming the deep links between her work and her biography and offering new insights into her creative thinking and process.

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