Louise Bourgeois, Museum of Modern Art Papers: Volume One, Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 1996, VG

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Bourgeois, Louise. Oxford, Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 1996. 
English, First Edition, Very Good, Soft Cover, 4to, 6 ¾” x 9 ¼,” 60 pp.
ISBN: 0905836936

Two-toned silver and green stiff wrap, gray and white text to front, gray and white Museum of Modern Art Oxford logo to back. Creasing to front and back, mild scratching and shelfwear to front and back, very mild edgewear, mild staining to p. 60, otherwise clean and tightly bound. 60 pp. Contains Foreword by Ian Cole, “The Sneeze of Louise” by Phyllida Barlow, “‘Fuzzy’ Bourgeois” by Michael Corris, “Louise Bourgeois’s ‘Cells’: gesturing towards the mother” by Hilary Robinson, “Reading the Sexual for Something Else” by Adrian Rifkin, “Feminist Readings of Louise Bourgeois or Why Louise Bourgeois is a Feminist Icon” by Katy Deepwell, “The Home and Dreams and All Delirious Wanderings: the woman-house in the art of Louise Bourgeois" by Pamela Kember, “Memory, Poetry, Structure in the work of Louise Bourgeois” by Caryn Faure Walker, and “Brokering Madness” by Ian Cole. Eight essays centered around the artist Louise Bourgeois, some of which were presented at the openings of two exhibitions for Bourgeois’s work at the Museum of Modern Art Oxford. From the Foreword: “The range and variety of the ground covered by these papers is not only a reflection of the current interest in Louise Bourgeois’s work, but a measure of her artistic vigour, vitality and potency.”