Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) was a French-American artist and widely known as one of the most influential artists of modern and contemporary art.
You might enjoy exploring some of the themes in Bourgeois's work on the extensive Louise Bourgeois pages from New York's Museum of Modern Art. This resource includes information about Bourgeois's techniques, and the presentation of her work in books and series.
If you would like to experience some Louise Bourgeois work close up, you may be interested in the exhibition featuring her Autobiographical Series (1994) and 11 Drypoints (1999) at Northumbria University Gallery, which is on until 22 May. You'll find the Gallery on Sandyford Road, Newcastle (NE1 8ST). See the Northumbria University website for details.
The same exhibition will be available at later dates in Hebden Bridge, Galway, Lisburn, Petroc, Leeds, Grimsby, Birmingham, Inverness and Dumfries - see the Hayward touring exhibition website.