The Point d’Ironie originated following a discussion between agnès b., Christian Boltanksi and Hans Ulrich Obrist in 1997. Six to eight issues are published every year, each one designed by an artist who makes it his own. Given free of charge, the Point d’Ironie is an atypical periodical, distributed in a scattered way - 100,000 copies are spread around the world, available in museums, galleries, book shops, schools, cinemas, and at agnès b. stores worldwide. Created by French poet Alcanter de Brahm at the end of the 19th century, the Point d'Ironie is a punctuation mark used at the end of sentences to point an ironic passage within a text.
“These are four of my recent works: Flying Me, Sea and Flowers, Leaves Swim and My Teacher Tortoise. Sea and Flowers: One day I saw a red flower floating on the waves along the coast. Was this flower drifting away to some far off place ? And I [... ]
«I like journals. I have always wanted to compose a journal. My approaching intrusion into the Musée d’Art moderne de la ville de Paris encouraged me to transform the point d’ironie into a point de suspension. In a few photos of my work and life, [... ]
Peter Lamborn Wilson (aka Hakim Bey) studied at Columbia University, he traveled extensively in North Africa, India and Asia, and settled in Iran for nearly ten years, undertaking voluminous reading of Islamic and heretical texts and studying the [... ]
Etel Adnan is a Lebanese-American poetess. She lives between Sausalito, California and Paris. In spite of her perfect bilingualism in English and French, she mostly writes in English. In addition to Sitt Mare-Rose, a novel she wrote about the [... ]
Born in 1961 in New Delhi where she lives and works, Dayanita Singh stands out as an important figure of the young generation of Indian artists.
Having ventured on numerous formats and methods of distribution for her photos (books illustrations, [... ]
Pierre Reimer was born and lives in Paris where his activities include photography, video, film and building cars for daring pilots.
A punishing concept of the Foreign Legion, “azimut droit” means to take the shortest route from A to B – as the crow [... ]
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