Sophie Calle is one of the most important French creators on the worldwide contemporary arts scene. An artist, writer, photographer and director, Calle began her career in the seventies. For nearly 40 years, she has explored the relationship between art and life, putting her privacy and that of others at the center of her work. She has written several books and her exhibitions have been shown at some of the most important museums and galleries in the world, such as the Pompidou Center and the Tate Gallery. In 2007, she represented France at the Venice Biennale with Cuídese mucho.