Postcard Je t'aime, Louise Bourgeois
This postacard integrates an exclusive collection developed in collaboration with The Easton Foundation featuring the Shopper, social mask, scarf, notebook and postcard.
Je t'aime, 2005 is a work by Louise Bourgeois composed of 60 drawings and is part of the exhibition To Unravel a Torment, Louise Bourgeois, patent in Serralves. Of the 60 designs, 2 give rise to a tribute to Bourgeois's connection with textiles, always present in her journey as one of the raw materials for her artistic creations.
Geometric shapes had a reassuring and meditative effect to the artist: their possibilities and repetition possessed a therapeutic power, as did the reticulated compositions. Having suffered from insomnia throughout her life, Bourgeois often occupied the sleepless hours drawing, working both during the day and at night.
When opening the postcard inside you will find the famous phrase " Art is a guaranty of sanity" by Louise Bourgeois, extremely meaningful in the days we are living.
- Recycled cardboard
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