Sophie Calle (Sprengel Museum Catalogue, Hannover)

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Exhibition catalogue from the Sophie Calle retrospective at the Sprengel Museum, Hannover, Germany.

Already included in this catalogue in 2002, Sophie Calle's work on the blinds, numerous images from the road-movie "No Sex Last Night", and of course many autobiographical texts & images.

178 pages - Hardcover, no DJ

Walther Koenig, 2002

Format : 23.5 x 27.5 cm

New - Mint condition

Calle, Sophie

Sophie Calle , born in Paris on October 9, 1953, is a visual artist, photographer, writer and French filmmaker. Her work as an artist consists in making her life, and especially the most intimate moments, a oeuvre. To do this, she uses all possible media: books, photos, videos, movies, performances, etc. She lives and works in Malakoff, a suburb of Paris. Photo: © self-portrait
  • .AvailableComplete 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...

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  • .A few UNsigned copies available, from the first edition.Publisher's presentation : "Bottom of the Lake is a 256-page facsimile of the artist's family's telephone book for his hometown of Fond du Lac ("Bottom of the Lake"), printed in 1973, soon after his birth. The book includes found markings and reproductions of inserted materials, along with...

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  • Presentation on the publisher's website: "These photographs are dedicated to the Blaue Horse group. This group or movement of young people, many of whom were students in my home city at the end of the 1950s, deep in the Soviet times, loved the Beatles, danced to rock and roll, and dreamt about the freedom of the West. They came under great pressure from...

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