Louise Bourgeois photographed by Bruce Weber for a Helmut Lang campaign. Lang said he didn’t care if she wore any of his clothing but he made this little crown for her and gave it to Bruce Weber to see if she might want to wear it.
Jean-Michel Basquiat was an American artist. He began as an obscure graffiti artist in New York City in the late and evolved into an acclaimed Neo-expressionist and Primitivist painter by the by James Van Der Zee, 1982
Gala and Salvador Dalí in a photo booth. She was Salvador Dalí’s most famous muse, the love of his life, his manager and mentor. When Gala passed in Dalí no longer would continue his art. the death of a muse is the end
Louise Bourgeois: this work has all the naive charm and individuality of good Outsider Art yet it was created by a famous, established artist. That shows her genius, artistic freedom and abundant creativity.