Miniature ‘worlds’ inspired by Nobel Prize winning literature (‘Kristin Lavransdatter’ by Sigrid Undset (1920), and ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ by Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1967)), created by French paper artists and collaborators Zim & Zou as part of ‘Sharing Worlds’ – a tolerance-themed travelling exhibition.
The exhibition ended last month but you can take a virtual tour of it here.
Join the Poetry Brothel this Bloomsday eve for Midnight Mass in the bowels of a former eighteenth-century church. Traverse the guilty and shameful pleasures of Joyce’s mind to find solace and liberation in the sensuality of the arts.
& he Church Bar & Restaurant, Mary Street, Dublin 1,