• Louise Bourgeois

    Worcester Art Museum

    To celebrate the recent acquisition and United States debut of ninety-five-years-young Louise Bourgeois’s fabric sculpture The Woven Child, 2002, an archetypal image of a mother and child, the Worcester Art Museum organized a lyrical exhibition of related cloth figures, a fabric book, and a series of silk screens on fabric made by the artist over the past ten years. Much of the imagery in the five sculptures and pair of two-dimensional installations in the exhibition “Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child (in context)” further explores themes that Bourgeois has grappled with for more than fifty

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