Artist Aidan Hickey’s Ulysses-inspired exhibition runs at the James Joyce Centre. Hickey
responds to the different literary style of each of the eighteen episodes in Joyce’s novel with a suite of paintings in distinctive visual styles that also reference European art history. ‘If my paintings only hint at the novel’s wealth of comedy and complexity, they might, for a new audience, become a silent “open sesame” to Joyce’s treasure trove,’ says Hickey.
Painting Ulysses: until 30 June

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