The look of my figures is abstract, and to the spectator they may not appear to be figures at all. They are the expression, in abstract terms, of emotions and states of awareness. Louise Bourgeois, 1954 This piece was in process at the same time of some very in-depth prayer and introspective work I’ve embarked […]Read more "Untitled 0.23 (30×48, oil on canvas)"
The painting itself is a “moment” in the adulterated mixture of his life – whether “moment” means, in one case, the actual minutes taken up with spotting the canvas or, in another, the entire duration of a lucid drama conducted in sign language. Art News, December 1952 The move to larger format canvas has been […]Read more "Untitled 0.22 (30×48, oil on canvas) – COMMISSIONED"