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Sophie Calle

Count Up to Unhappiness: Day 77 - Exquisite Pain , 2000

Poliptych: embroidered text on cloth panels & photos, each text (framed)
76 2/5 × 51 1/5 in
194 × 130 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Berlin
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A3 Arndt Art Agency
Berlin
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Sophie Calle: Exquisite Pain*, 1984-2003

"In 1984 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France …

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Sophie Calle: Exquisite Pain*, 1984-2003

"In 1984 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France gave me a three-month scholarship in Japan. I left on October 25, unaware that that date would mark the beginning of a 92-day countdown to the end of a love relationship. Nothing
extraordinary, but for me, at that time, the …

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Sophie Calle
French, b. 1953
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A controversial figure as well as one of France’s leading conceptual artists, Sophie Calle explores …

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A controversial figure as well as one of France’s leading conceptual artists, Sophie Calle explores her own psychological and emotional terrain in multimedia works, probing ideas of control, freedom, gender, intimacy, and distance in human relationships. Perhaps her most contentious work, Address Book (1983) was …

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Sophie Calle: Exquisite Pain*, 1984-2003

"In 1984 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France …

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Sophie Calle: Exquisite Pain*, 1984-2003

"In 1984 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France gave me a three-month scholarship in Japan. I left on October 25, unaware that that date would mark the beginning of a 92-day countdown to the end of a love relationship. Nothing
extraordinary, but for me, at that time, the …

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Sophie Calle
French, b. 1953
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A controversial figure as well as one of France’s leading conceptual artists, Sophie Calle explores …

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A controversial figure as well as one of France’s leading conceptual artists, Sophie Calle explores her own psychological and emotional terrain in multimedia works, probing ideas of control, freedom, gender, intimacy, and distance in human relationships. Perhaps her most contentious work, Address Book (1983) was …

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Sophie Calle

Count Up to Unhappiness: Day 77 - Exquisite Pain , 2000

Poliptych: embroidered text on cloth panels & photos, each text (framed)
76 2/5 × 51 1/5 in
194 × 130 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
Berlin
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