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Joycean Transfigurations: Ulysses and Ireland in the Works of Ferenc Martyn and Imre Szemethy

Temporary exhibition

One of the greatest literary works in history, Ulysses by James Joyce was published in its entirety in 1922. This exhibition, celebrating the centenary, presents a selection of the Joyce-illustrations and Irish themed graphics and paintings by excellent representatives of modern Hungarian art, FERENC MARTYN and IMRE SZEMETHY, in organisation and sponsorship of the Hungarian James Joyce Society and the Embassy of Ireland, Hungary; in cooperation with Janus Pannonius Museum (Pécs) Tata Municipality and Museum of Kuny Domokos (Tata).

Ulysses Journey 2022

In light of the importance to Dublin and Ireland of the publication of Ulysses 100 years ago, as well as its significance to Paris where it was first published and owing to Leopold Bloom’s Hungarian origins, the Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland (CMC) and Centre Culturel Irlandais (CCI) are presenting an international celebration across Ireland and Europe, presenting six short films showcasing six specially commissioned works by composers from Ireland that are inspired by, reflect on and respond to Ulysses. Composers Ed Bennett, Darragh Kelly, Garth Knox, Anselm McDonnell, Ailís Ní Riaín & Ultan O’Brien with visual landscapes created by filmmakers Jonathan Creasy, Rioghnach Ni Ghrioghair, Ailís Ní Riaín, Ultan O’Brien, Laura Sheeran & Ross Wilson BEM/Art Ward.