One of the foremost artists of our time, Sophie Calle (*1953) tells stories through photographs and combines them with the written word. In her works, the French artist explores the relationship between memory and visual representation. What happens when images disappear or when seeing is no longer possible? Calle meticulously traces the last, missing or private photographs while reflecting on the relationship between text and image. There is a strong sense of intimacy that unfolds throughout her bodies of work and exerts an irresistible appeal.