Roderick Conway Morris, International Herald Tribune, June 19, 1993

The personalities of two older artists, nonetheless, did come through strongly. Louise Bourgeois, the American sculptor, and Zongolopoulos who makes intriguing fountains, the one on show outside the Greek Pavilion is an enormous steel structure with life-size umbrellas that tip up and down with the flow of the water.

At 92, Zongolopoulos is a decade older than Bourgeois, but just as busy at work...