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Louise Bourgeois, what a woman! ?Maman?
2008-04-22 16:15:00
There are some artists that are OK or even great but Louise Bourgeois is out of this world! If i had the opportunity id love to fill the world with super sculpture, I think i would work in glass though, the bronze here looks amazing, I like the silhouette it creates cutting into the sky ...
Madonna slams new generation of ?bourgeois? pop and rock stars
2008-04-15 03:25:00
American singer Madonna has slammed the new generation of pop and rock stars, saying they are too “bourgeois” to follow in her footsteps. The pop diva claims that her career has achieved longevity because it has been forged out of the ashes of the punk movement of the 1970s. The ?Like a Virgin? star criticized the ‘crotch-flashing’ ...
Jason Bourgeois (2B-CHW)
2008-03-26 04:50:00
The club reassigned infielder-outfielder Jason Bourgeois to minor league camp
Erik Bourgeois Transformation Makeup Artist in Aalst, Belgium
2008-03-19 11:03:00
Starting make-up artist, 31, residing in Belgium, keen on building experience and portfolio. First time work is always free. read more
Petty Bourgeois
2008-02-28 05:18:00
When mentioned, it could easily put into your mind such a group of people. They must be well educated to ensure themselves to reach the certain level of thinking and behaving which is “universally” acknowledged by their own group. They must love literature. Those who haven’t heard of Franz Kafka or Milan Kundera would undoubtedly be excluded ...
Louise Bourgeois
2008-01-17 08:58:00
Louise Bourgeois was born on December 25, 1911, in Paris. As a teenager, Bourgeois assisted her parents in their tapestry-restoration business, making drawings that indicated to the weavers the repairs to be made. In 1932, she entered the Sorbonne to study mathematics, but abandoned that discipline for art. In the mid- to late 1930s, she studied at the École des Beaux-Arts, Académie de la Grande-Chaumière, École du Louvre, Atelier Fernand Léger, and other Parisian schools. In 1938, Bourgeois married an American, the art historian Robert Goldwater, and moved to New York. There, she studied for two years at the Art Students League and was soon participating in print exhibitions. After moving to a new apartment in 1941, Bourgeois began to make large wood sculptures on the roof of her building. In 1945, her first solo show, comprised of twelve paintings, was held at the Bertha Schaefer Gallery in New York and her work was first included in the Whitney Annual (later the Whitney Bie...
bourgeois pig ::: vorhang auf
2007-09-22 17:13:00
If you are around be sure to don't miss it. Lots of fantastic artists and illustrators exhibited. Pictures coming soon...Irakli Bugianishvili, Penelope Dullaghan, Camilla Engman, Jan Kiefer, Ulrike Krappen, Kristin La Flamme, Kate Marshall, Antjuan Oden, Lilly Piri, Lena Reutter, Mark Traughber, Ana Ventura, Heiko Windisch, Mehrdad Zaeri.
Friendship for Sorenson, Bourgeois still in the pits
2007-03-29 22:03:00
For two childhood friends to be teammates in any professional sport is a rarity, so the bond shared by two kids who grew up in Peachtree City, Ga. — Reed Sorenson and Shane Bourgeois — is even more unique.
Discreet Charm of bourgeoisie
2007-02-21 15:41:01
An Endless Road to Nowhere Don?t judge this film by title, it?s not of that sorts that will strain your thinking faculty. It?s a hilarious film that pokes fun at the characters it portrays. Six French elites, who embark on a journey to have a dinner together but in vain. Bunuel to their utter dismay and viewers sheer amusement never lets them eat. It?s unbelievable the way it unfolds. First, the host forgets about the invitation he had made and that?s where the journey begins and leads to... [[Click on the headline to read this post and comment on it]]
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