The first Artist Room in the brand new Switch House at Tate Modern is dedicated to Louise Bourgeois. Known for works exploring themes of life, death and family relationships, her pieces are created out of a variety of materials including latex and fabric. Currently on view in the Artist Rooms at Tate are hanging legs and body parts, spiders and her famous Filette.
Spider 1 // Louise Bourgeois // 1995 // bronze, dark & polished patina, wall piece
Cell XIV (Portrait) 2000 // Louise Bourgeois // 2000 // steel, glass, wood, metal & red fabric
Fillette (Sweeter Version) // Louise Bourgeois // 1968-1999, cast 2001 // latex over plaster
Legs // Louise Bourgeois // 2001 // red fabric, hanging piece