"Louise Bourgeois: An Iconography of Abstraction" 1975 magazine article by Carl R. Baldwin. The article/magazine clipping was carefully removed from a 1975 art magazine.
Main text in the article is in English.
The article opens with:
"All of the works, spanning the period 1970-74, recently exhibited by Louise Bourgeois in the dimly lit, cavernous space of 112 Greene Street, have some particular iconographic suggestiveness for the artist."
The article is 2 pages in length [on 2 sheets of paper] and includes a few black images within the text. (The second page of the article contains two images only and no text other than photo captions.) This is an original article/magazine clipping [not a copy or reprint], which was removed from a magazine.
The article was carefully removed directly from a magazine. [The rest of the magazine is not included.]