Over the past 30 years, artist Sophie Calle (born 1953) has orchestrated small moments of life as art, each time establishing a game, then setting its rules for herself and for others. Calles work springs up around the association of an image and a narrative around a game or autobiographical ritual, which strives to summon up the angst of absence while creating a relationship to others that is controlled by the artist, as curator and art critic Christine Macel puts it. Calle has carried out and documented these melancholy games in books, photographs, videos, films and performances. Sophie Calle: My All finds the artist experimenting with yet another mediums?the postcard set. Taking stock of her entire oeuvre, this set of postcards functions as a beautiful portfolio of Calles work, as well as a new investigation of it, in an appropriately nomadic format.