Louise Bourgeois

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Louise Bourgeois

Ode à L'Oubli, 2004, fabric and color lithograph book, page 4 of 36 pages, artist's proof 1 of an edition of 25, 10.75 x 13.25 x 2 inches. Collection of the artist; courtesy Cheim & Read, New York. Photo: Christopher Burke.

 

See this art in the exhibition at the Austin Museum of Art

The Art of Memory

The Lining of Forgetting: Internal and External Memory in Art
May 30 – August 9, 2009
AMOA hosts

Feast of Memories

AMOA-Downtown, 823 Congress Ave.
Thursday, July 16 • 6-8 p.m.


Nothing stirs memory like the smell or taste of your favorite food—remember your grandmother’s fresh peach pie? Bring your favorite dish to share along with your memories. Carol Ann Sayle, co-owner of Boggy Creek Farm, Marla Camp, publisher of Edible Austin magazine, and David Ansel, founder of The Soup Peddler and others, will share their favorite recipes and memories. Your potluck dish and memories get you in free!

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