Louise Bourgeois is in her nineties only according to her biography—her imagination is downright spring chicken-like. Evidence is now on view at Paule Anglim, where a group of drawings, prints and sewn sculpture once again shows why she is one of our truly great living artists. Last night’s opening was surprisingly sparse, but her sewn heads—some made from old tapestries, others from her own clothing—seemed to populate the gallery on their own. Anyone with $25 grand to spare will have a tough time picking among the drawings.

- Tucker Nichols [Thursday, March 13th, 2003]


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