Grégoire Bouillier

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Grégoire Bouillier (born June 22, 1960, in Tizi Ouzou, Algeria) is the French memoirist who wrote Rapport sur moi (Report on Myself) and L'invité mystère (The Mystery Guest). Rapport sur moi won the Prix de Flore in 2002.[1]

Bouillier is the unnamed protagonist of French artist Sophie Calle’s work, Take Care of Yourself, in which Calle collected comments from 107 women to an e-mail he wrote her to end their affair. The work was exhibited in the French pavilion of the 2007 Venice Biennale.[2]

Works[edit]

Original French[edit]

  • Rapport sur moi, 2002
  • L'invité mystère, 2004
  • Cap Canaveral, 2008

English translations[edit]

Dutch translation[edit]

  • De raadselgast .

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fabrice Rozié, Esther Allen, Guy Walter (ed.). As you were saying: American writers respond to their French contemporaries. Dalkey Archive Press. p. 75. ISBN 978-1-56478-474-2. 
  2. ^ Sarah Douglas (June 11, 2007), A Dizzying Convergence, ARTINFO, retrieved 2008-04-23