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Cat. No. 180/9

Eternity, component no. 9 of 14

Date:
2009
Series:
Eternity (View All)
Themes:
Body Parts, Fabric Works, Figures, Motherhood & Family
Techniques:
Digital
Description:
Digital print on fabric collage
Support:
Fabric
Dimensions:
component (view 1): 8 x 8 3/4" (20.3 x 22.2 cm); overall (view 2): 123 3/4 x 85 3/4" (314.3 x 217.8 cm)
Signature:
"LB" left upper sheet overall, stitched in red thread.
Publisher:
The artist
Printer:
Dyenamix, New York
Edition:
Unique
Edition Information:
There are 4 known impressions of the left composition within this component of "Eternity," and 4 known impressions of the right composition, one of which was divided and combined with another composition. All can be seen below in Related Works in the Catalogue. Bourgeois utilized the digital printing process to work with this imagery in varying sizes and formats in 2009 and 2010.
Curatorial Remarks:
Each of the 14 components of the collage, which are printed on individual fabric sheets, are sewn onto the overall fabric sheet. The outline of the clock and the clock's hands are composed with brown thread stitched into the overall sheet. The numbers around the clock and the center point of the clock are stitched in red thread.

Eternity, component no. 9 of 14
2009

Source
2009

NOT IN MoMA'S COLLECTION Louise Bourgeois. Couple. 2009
NOT IN MoMA'S COLLECTION Couple
Gouache and colored pencil on paper
2009

Source
2009

NOT IN MoMA'S COLLECTION Louise Bourgeois. Couple. 2009
NOT IN MoMA'S COLLECTION Couple
Gouache and colored pencil on paper
2009

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Published NOT IN MoMA'S COLLECTION Louise Bourgeois. Eternity, component no. 9 of 14. 2009
NOT IN MoMA'S COLLECTION 2009

Series
2009

NOT IN MoMA'S COLLECTION Louise Bourgeois. Eternity. 2009
NOT IN MoMA'S COLLECTION Eternity
2009
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