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Complete title : Elle s'est appelée successivement Rachel, Monique, Szyndler, Calle, Pagliero, Gonthier, Sindler. Ma mère aimait qu'on parle d'elle.
This book is a collection of memories (photos, notes, anecdotes, diaries) and presents in an impressionist manner the memories and souvenirs left by Sophie Calle's mother after she passed away... it presents what Sophie Calle would like her Mother to be remembered by... it presents what Sophie Calle thinks her Mother would have loved to be remembered by...
A beautiful and touching book shortlisted for the first "Aperture Photobook Award" at Paris Photo 2012.
PLEASE NOTE : We are offering on the FRENCH version of this book.
210 pages - Hardcover, no DJ
Editions Xavier Barral, 2012
New - Mint condition
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