Louise Bourgeois

Autobiographical Series & 11 Drypoints

Louise Bourgeois' scultpures, drawings and prints have always maintained strongly autobiographical themes, expressing her own intense range of emotion.

One of the most important artists of recent years, Bourgeois' Autobiographical Series (1994), captures some of her deepest thoughts and memories, whilst 11 drypoints (1999) takes these personal emotions into more abstract territory.

Featuring some of her most distinctive motifs, from the pregnant woman to the cat, the work in these two series are clearly inspired by her obsessions and fascination with the human condition.

A Hayward Touring exhibition from Southbank Centre, London.