The Independent Recommends: Art
Thursday 19 November 1998
Bourne Fine Art, 6 Dundas Street, Edinburgh (0131-557 4050) to 9 Dec
Aged 87 and still going strong, the American sculptor Louise Bourgeois is one of the great survivors the century. This show of recent work (right) suggests that the years haven't dimmed her energy nor her interest in sex and death.
Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London W2 (0171-402 6075)
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