Joyce in the City

Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes

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    Abstract

    This exhibition began with the UNESCO CIty of Literature "One City - One Book" Festival on James Joyce's "Dubliners" (1 April 2011) and ended on Bloomsday (16 June 2011) during the International Joyce Symposium, organized by TCD and UCD jointly. Dublin City Gallery: The Hugh Lane, Oonagh Young Gallery, O'Neill's Pub and Dublin City Council for O'Connell Bridge participated in the project and collaboratively provided venues for the works of Francis Bacon, Amanda Coogan, Alejandro Cesarco, Mark Orange and Diter Rot. The exhibition engaged with Joyce's city Dublin by making viewers traverse it, experiencing one work at a time - as characters in Joyce's universe, as research about it and as corresponding - or diverging - interpretations of Joyce's oeuvre and his city.
    Original languageEnglish
    Size4
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2011
    EventJoyce in the City - Hugh Lane Gallery, Oonagh Young Gallery, O'Connell Bridge, O'Neill's Bar / Dublin
    Duration: 1 Apr 201116 Jun 2011

    Keywords

    • James Joyce
    • Visual Art
    • Dublin
    • City

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    Lerm Hayes, C-M. (Author). (2011). Joyce in the City. Exhibition