She is one of the major artistic figures of the 20th century, and although she has not ceased to place her emotions, sexual drive and personal life in her works, Louise Bourgeois was not always at first easy to meet. It was necessary to prove your credential to obtain the precious sesame. After a first meeting in 1994 in her studio in Brooklyn, the photographer Jean-Francois Jaussaud is finally dubbed by the artist. This incredible meeting will allow Jean-Francois to make during eleven years rare images that show the artist in her intimacy at the heart of her work. ...
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