Studio PaintingsJames Joyce by Ian Whittlesea
Produced over three years in Whittleseas
London studio, the work consists of five
4ft-square canvases and shows the addresses where Joyce worked after leaving
Dublin. Painstakingly painted in many layers of acrylic, the work traces
the journey of Joyce and his family around Europe.
Ian Whittlesea: Studio Paintings
This publication accompanied the exhibition. Studio Painting is an ongoing series in which Whittlesea has painted the addresses of artists and writers including Mark Rothko, Donald Judd, Piet Mondrian and William Blake. The booklet includes texts by Andrew Renton and Paul O’Neill and images of Whittlesea’s studio and the works installed.
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