Lectures: Sophie Calle: Ghosts

Thursday, October 24, 7:00 PM

SOLD OUT

PROGRAM
Memory is an essential part of being human, coloring our thoughts and feelings about time, place, and relationships. How memory is filtered through personal experience is one of the ideas explored in Last Seen, this fall’s special exhibition of work by acclaimed French photographer Sophie Calle. Join us for a series of lectures entitled The Art of Memory, as we explore the complexities of remembering (and forgetting).

TICKETING | Includes Museum admission
Adults / $15
Seniors / $12
Members / Free; must reserve in advance
College students / $5

HOW TO BUY TICKETS
• Online: Click the GET TICKETS button above*
• By phone: Call the Box Office at 617 278 5156, Wednesday-Monday, 10 am-4 pm*
• In person: Visit the Museum and purchase at the door
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When a lecture sells out, the Museum will offer a limited number of obstructed view seats the night of the event via a sign-up list at the Admissions desk. The sign-up sheet will become available at the Admissions desk at 6 pm. We will make every attempt to seat everyone but cannot guarantee a seat once we are at capacity. Seats will be assigned 5 minutes prior to the lecture time. These obstructed view seats will be free of charge.

Learn more about Sophie Calle and the exhibition.

Image: Sophie Calle, What Do You See?, (detail), 2013, one Lambda print and one lithograph on Rives BFK paper, photograph: 20 3/16 x 13 7/16 in. (51.2 x 34.2 cm), text: 9 5/16 x 13 7/16 in. (23.7 x 34.2 cm), Edition of 2 French, 2 English, © 2013 Sophie Calle / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris. Courtesy of Sophie Calle, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston.

Media sponsor: Boston Globe Media, Inc. Additional exhibition support provided by the Consulate General of France in Boston and Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne. Thursday evening lectures are made possible in part by the Barbara Lee Program Fund. The Museum receives operating support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.