In his latest art collection, conceived and painted in Ireland, John Paul Leon paints, philosophises and gradually unveils the parallels of his own journey (a path restricted by recurrent dire straits, unassumingly dedicated to art, light and enlightenment) in which Ulysses – the ultimate hero – and Bloom – the unexpected anti-hero – serve as equally distorted mirrors.
Thursday 14th June 2012 – 8.00pm
Location: The Irish Jewish Museum, 3 Walworth Road, Dublin 8
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