A searcher | Louise Bourgeois

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Louise Bourgeois. Untitled, 2000                                     Louise Bourgeois, Nothing escapes me, 2001

“I am a searcher… I always was… and I still am… searching for the missing piece.”
 
Louise Bourgeois
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Louise Bourgeois, The Runaway Girl, 1938              Louise Bourgeois. Untitled, 1998


“I have been to hell and back. And let me tell you, it was wonderful.” 
 Louise Bourgeois

3 thoughts on “A searcher | Louise Bourgeois

  1. I like you; your eyes are full of language.

    Anne Sexton / Letter to Anne Clarke / July 3 / 1964

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  2. One day in the park,
    I had quite a surprise.
    I met a girl,
    who had many eyes.

    She was really quite pretty
    (and also quite shocking)
    and I noticed she had a mouth,
    so we ended up talking.

    We talked about flowers,
    and her poetry classes,
    and the problems she'd have
    if she ever wore glasses.

    It's great to know a girl
    who has so many eyes,
    but you get really wet
    when she breaks down and cries.​

    Tim Burton / The Girl with Many Eyes / The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy & Other Stories / 1997

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