Dale Chihuly’s Ulysses Cylinders—with drawings by Seaver Leslie adapted to glass—follow the course of James Joyce’s Ulysses. They capture the spirit of the novel and its place in Irish culture, bringing new light to one of the masterpieces of the 20th Century.
Striking, enigmatic, and provocative, the Cylinders stand as some of Chihuly’s most intellectually compelling and unique works. In this new book, stunning images of the Cylinders are accompanied by essays from art and literary critics which frame the history and significance of both Chihuly’s work and the work of Joyce.
- 160 pages, 127 color photographs
- Published in 2014