Louise Bourgeois, Tracey Emin. When My Cunt Stopped Living, no. 16 of 16, from the series, Do Not Abandon Me. 2009-2010

Louise Bourgeois with Tracey Emin When My Cunt Stopped Living, no. 16 of 16, from the series, Do Not Abandon Me 2009-2010

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THERE IS NO SPACE IN MY HEART IT DIED
WHEN MY CUNT STOPED
LIVING YOU KILLED
IT WHITH YOUR
LACK OF
DESIRE
I BREATHE
THROUGH
EVERY PART OF
MY BODY
THAT
INCLUDES
MY
SOUL
NOW I AM
LEFT FLOATING
WITHOUT HEART

Publication excerpt from Tracey Emin, Do Not Abandon Me, 2010.
Collaborating artist
Tracey Emin
Medium
Digital print
Dimensions
sheet: 30 x 24" (76.2 x 61 cm)
Publisher
Carolina Nitsch Editions, New York
Printer
Dyenamix, New York
Edition
18
Impression
H.C. 1/1
Credit
Gift of the artists
Object number
18.2012.16
Copyright
© 2019 The Easton Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, NY © 2019 Tracey Emin
Series
Do Not Abandon Me
Department
Drawings and Prints

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