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Sophie Calle is a French photographer, writer, and installation artist. By weaving together images with narrative, Calle lends a perspective that is equal parts observer of others and observer of self. Brimming with psychological motifs, Calle’s work pays particular attention to ideas around absence, intimacy, and vulnerability, while nimbly juxtaposing concepts of private and public, subject and object.
Calle's prolific career as a conceptual artist includes extensive international exhibitions, work in numerous museum collections, and representation by Paula Cooper and Barbara Krakow galleries, as well as Galerie Perrotin of Paris. Calle lives and works in Malakoff, France.
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