Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010) was one of the most brilliant and influential 20th-century artists. During a career that spanned over seven decades, she produced a varied and complex body of work—always dramatic, painful and very personal, which combined sexuality and psychoanalysis and contributed to developing feminist theory. The exhibition presents the first comprehensive overview of her work in Israel, focusing on relationships and the rare monumental sculpture, Twosome (1991).
The exhibition is organized in collaboration with The Easton Foundation and is made possible by Art Mentor Foundation, Lucerne.
Generous support provided by The Easton Foundation; the Tel Aviv Museum of Art Friends in Israel; the French Committee of Friends of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art; Artcurial; Tova and Sami Sagol; the Sam Gorovoy Foundation; the David Berg Foundation; Naomi and David Kolitz; Globus International Packing and Shipping Ltd.; Fondation Jacqueline de Romilly under the auspices of the Fondation de France; The Belldegrun Family Foundation; Candy and Michael Barasch; Rivka Saker and Uzi Zucker; Igal Ahouvi; Irith Rappaport and Glen Perry; Ann and Samuel Tob; Hauser & Wirth; Gordon Gallery; and Cheim & Read.