The gallery is closed from 12 August to 3 September 2019

Olivier Cornet Gallery

3 Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1, Ireland


087 288 7261

Tues to Friday: 11am - 6pm (8pm on Thurs)
Sat & Sun: 12 noon - 5pm

A touch of the artist about old Bloom - a film by Godfrey Jordan

A film presented by The James Joyce Documentary Project and Televation Media Inc production.

Original Music composed and performed by Rohan Healy, Al Healy and David Virgin, The Dublin City Rounders

James Joyce Readings by John Shevlin

Producer Director/Camera/Editor: Godfrey Jordan

Production Associate: Olivier Cornet

'There's a touch of the artist about old Bloom' was a visual response to Ulysses through sketching on location in the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter of Dublin. Curated by the Olivier Cornet Gallery, Jessica Peel-Yates and Marie-Hélène Brohan Delhaye, this four-day sketching event explored the fabric of the James Joyce’s Dublin, real or imagined.

Participating artists were drawn from a number of disciplines (fine art, illustration, architecture, animation, costume and set design as well as graphic design) where drawing and sketching are an important aspect of their work; either as an end in itself, as a way to develop ideas, or as part of their creative process. The event and exhibition was part of the Fringe programme of the James Joyce Centre's 2017 Bloomsday Festival.

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