Louise Bourgeois is one of the 20th century’s most notable and influential artist. The exhibition gives an exceptional insight into her lifelong examination of fundamental human conditions, which most of us can recognize and will meet throughout our lifetimes.
The exhibition narrates the journey we all must undergo as our lives change and in different ways are torn apart – and how we thereafter grow back together again. Exactly like nature’s rhythm, where decay and amputation leads to regrowth and abundance.
The exhibition is curated by Luise Faurschou.
68.6 x 289.6 x 74.9 cm.
Art © The Easton Foundation/BONO, Oslo 2017, Photo: Christopher Burke.
21 May - 8 October
The Kistefos Museum is closed on Mondays.
Guided tours on saturdays & sundays
(included in the entrance tickets)
Pulp Mill: 1pm
Art Hall: 2pm
Sculpture Park: 3pm
All guided tours start in
the Art Hall's ground floor.
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