While active as a fashion designer, agnès b. opened his own contemporary gallery, Galerie du Jour, in Paris in 1984.
There she exhibited street art for the first time in Paris, and since then, almost every year, street artists selected for her aesthetic sense regardless of whether they are famous or unknown, gender, nationality, or race, have exhibited, followed by New York and Hong Kong. , established a gallery in Tokyo.
This book unravels and compiles a huge amount of materials, including unpublished photographs and texts, that were archived by the pioneer Galerie du Jour. His encounters with and relationships with late artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, and his history with FUTURA2000, who had the foresight to support him from the beginning of his career and worked on the cover work for this book. From street walls to gallery walls, the story between agnès b. and the artists is told from various perspectives.