A very particular suggestion: Louise Bourgeois at the Tomie Ohtake Institute in São Paulo. I love how the French artist presents her sculptures as they depict the oppressiveness of the female form in such an interesting manner. This is the largest solo exhibition of the artist made in South America. Bourgeois is considered one of the biggest emblematic names in art world of the twentieth century. The exhibition has 112 works, which vary from drawings, objects, paintings, sculptures and installations, made between 1942 and 2009. The entire collection provides a thorough overview of Louise’s perception, a French-American artist born in Paris, who died last year at the age of 98 in New York. Do you know which one is the most famous of her works? It is the giant spider, exhibited permanently at the Museum of Modern Art in the Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo, titled “Maman”. It represents the artist mother. I love this sculpture. The exhibition "Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Forbidden", is on display through August 28 at Instituto Tomie Ohtake (Av. Faria Lima 201, Pinheiros, São Paulo, phone: (11) 2245-1900. Hours: Tue-Sunday, 11am – 8:00pm). If you are in São Paulo, you can’t miss it. After, São Paulo, the exhibition will continue to Rio de Janeiro. I visited and loved it!