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Louise Bourgeois @ Hauser & Wirth


© The Easton Foundation,
ProLitteris Zurich

All images:
Courtesy of
The Easton Foundation
Hauser & Wirth

Installation &
Individual views:
Genevieve Hanson,
Christopher Burke,
Matthew Schreiber


April 23, 2019 

2-TIMES  Art
Louise Bourgeois,
My Own Voice
Wakes Me Up

@ Hauser & Wirth

Depth of depression
is measured by your
attraction to red...

1911 — Paris, France. 

‘My Own Voice
Wakes Me Up’:
Is the French-American
artist's first solo in Hong
Kong, curated by Jerry
, who worked
closely with Bourgeois
from the early 1980's
until her death in 2010
Taking its title from
one of Bourgeois’s
‘psychoanalytic writings,’
dated December 1951,
the exhibition focuses
on distinct bodies of
work from the final two
decades of the artist’s
life, including fabric
sculptures, hand poses,
late works on paper,
topiary sculptures, and
rarely-seen holograms. 

Bourgeois was not
concerned with traditional
portraiture or an image
of any one individual,
but instead with the
effect that the individual
can have on another,
and the emotional
dynamic played out by
the encounter with
the other.

2-TIMES highlights: 
Nature Study (1986) 
· Les Fleurs, (2009) 

On view at:
Hauser & Wirth 
16-15/F, 80 Queen's
Road Central, Central,
Hong Kong. 

May 11, 2019.