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Created in conjunction with Isaac Julien’s 2006 exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, this print encompasses two production photographs from Julien’s 2012 film ‘Paradise Omeros.’ The film itself references Homer’s The Odyssey, and revolves around themes of migration, postcolonial identity, and the dichotomy of love and hate.
Printed by Hare & Hound Press, San Antonio
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
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Isaac Julien (b. 1960, London) is an English artist currently living and working in London. Amongst his many achievements, Julien was a visiting lecturer at Harvard University’s School of Afro-American and Visual Environmental Studies, a research fellow at Goldsmiths College and a faculty member at the Whitney Museum of American Arts.