point d’ironie

The originates from a talk between agnes b., Christian Boltanski and Hans Ulrich Obrist in 1997. Six to eight issues are published each year. Each of them is made by an artist who makes it his own and brings it up to a singular work of art. By means of

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The Large Glass Magazine 23/24, 2008/2009

Theme of the issue: Young Macedonian Artists on the Actual Art Scene Today

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The Large Glass Magazine 21/22, 2006-07

Content: Editorial: Provincialisation and Degradation of the Public Space Events: 52. Venice BiennialLjupka Deleva talks with Robert StorrBlagoja Manevski: Logical Paintings (Crossing) – Republic of Macedonia at the 52nd Venice Biennial Theme 1: (Non)Aesthetic of the SurroundingLuchezar Boyadjiev – Bilboard Heaven | Aneta and Zivko Popovski – The Bridge Artists

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The Large Glass Magazine 19/20

Content Theme:100 Years of Photography in MacedoniaSonja Abadzieva: Brothers Manaki Photography ChrestomathyRobert Jankuloski: Cabinet Portrait a la Macedoine (Zafir Oraskov, Hristo Dimkaroski, Miroslav Beljan)Boris Petkovski: Blagoja Drnkov: Structure of the DetailValentino Dimitrovski: “The Existential Expression” in the Photographic Work of Zivko JanevskiMarika Bocvarova: Marin Dimeski: Psychology in the Artist’s PortraitsLazo

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The Large Glass Magazine 16/18, 2003-2004

Content Theme: Exhibitions on the Art on the BalkansAndré Rouillé: Becomings (Devenirs), with the World: An Art Without PresenceIrina Subotic: The Balkans: A Cultural Region of Contemporary ArtPeter Weibel, Eda Cufer, Roger Conover: In Searc of BalkaniaHarald Szeeman: About the Exhibition Blood and HoneyPopy Diamantakou: The Balkan Wars/Balkans: Virtual Space

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The Large Glass Magazine 14/15, 2002

Contents Theme: About the GlobalizationBranislav Sarkanjac, Macedonian CatahrezisAleksandar Stankovski, Virtualization Artist pagesBlagoja Manevski: Paintings CriticMichael Kimmelman, The Power of my Position is Strange, Interview by Zoran Petrovski MuseumsPeter Weibel, The Museum is a Place for Dialogue Between thePast and Today, Interview by Zoran Petrovski Film & Visual ArtsMilcho Manchevski: We

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The Large Glass Magazine 12/13, 2000-2001

Theme: Happy New 2000Nebojsha Vilikj: GETTIN-OUT! Artist vs Social RealityMarik Bochvarov Plavevska: The Joyful Side of Everyday Life in the 1990’s Valentino Dimitrovski: Everyday Odds and EndsSonia Abadzieva: Woman&MachineLazo Plaveveski: Fatigue Artist PagesAntoni Maznevski: Drawings FilmLutz Becker: Eisenstein in Mexico Translated Essay: Victor Burgin, Fragments to and from Venise DesignSonia

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The Large Glass Magazine 11, 2000

Contents Theme: What Was the Art of 20th Century? Sonia Abadjieva: Farewell to Utopia? Emil Aleksiev: Where are we going? Geneva Anderson: Artwork – A Real Life Sensory Experience Lutz Becker: The Industrial War Neboisa Vilik: Joseph Kosuth – ‘untitled statement’ Jesa Denegri: Individual Action Valentino Dimitrovski: Phenomenon of 20th

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The Large Glass Magazine 9/10

Contents Theme: (Neo)Existentialism Antje von Graevenitz, Time for New Existentialism?Valentino Dimitrovski, The Phenomenon of the “New Existentialism”Liljana Nedelkovska, The Art as “Unhappy Consciousness”Sonja Abadzieva, Gutai Body InformelKonca Pirkovska, The Otherness of the Being-Real Idea of the Hell (Rodoljub Anastasov)Marika Bocvarova, Silhouets in the Space (Stefan Manevski)Liljana Nedelkovska, Stanko Pavleski-Baroque in

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The Large Glass Magazine 7/8, 1998-2000

CONTENTS Theme : Conceptual Art? Valentino Dimitrovski: Conceptual Art as Phenomenon of Re-examining the Nature of Art in rthe Sixites and Seventies on the World Scene D-r Vladimir Velickovski: Fragmented Values D-r Nebojsa Vilic and Bojan Ivanov: Reflections of the Conceptual Art (Macedonia) Sonia Abadjieva: Dusan Percinkov – Restructuralization of

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