Special Edition Available: Isaac Julien | Lessons of the Hour
We have a beautiful special edition by Isaac Julien available in our store. It consists of a limited edition of Isaac Julien’s book Lessons of the Hour – Frederick Douglass with the book in a specially designed slipcase and with a limited edition print J. P. Ball’s photographic studio, Douglass/Apparatus created by printers Verona Libri.
Lessons of the Hour – Frederick Douglass by the internationally acclaimed artist Isaac Julien honors the public and private life of one the most visionary figures in U.S. history: Frederick Douglass. The visionary African American orator, philosopher, intellectual, and self-liberated freedom-fighter was born into slavery in Maryland and went on to develop a remarkable aesthetic theory through his thinking and writing on abolitionism and Black self-representation by using the apparatus of photography. Isaac Julien, Lessons of the Hour — Frederick Douglass takes the reader on the journey through Douglass; life and thinking, and is a vital consideration of his political and aesthetic legacy.
Edition print + Catalogue Lessons of the Hour by Isaac Julien
Price: € 1.150,- (excl. VAT and shipping costs)
Dimensions catalogue: 25,1 x 31,4 x 4,2 cm
Dimensions print: 26 x 19 cm (including 1 cm white border)
Edition of 200, printed and signed on the half title page.
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ABOUT Isaac Julien
Sir Isaac Julien, CBE RA is a critically acclaimed British artist and filmmaker. In 2018, Julien joined the faculty at the University of California Santa Cruz where he is a distinguished professor of the arts and leads the Isaac Julien Lab together with Arts Professor Mark Nash. Current and recent international solo exhibitions include: Isaac Julien: Lina Bo Bardi — A Marvellous Entanglement, CentroCentro (Panorama Madrid), Madrid, Spain, on view until 29 August 2021; Isaac Julien: Lessons of the Hour, McAvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco (2020–2021); Isaac Julien: Lina Bo Bardi — A Marvellous Entanglement, MAXXI, Rome (2020–2021); Isaac Julien: Western Union: Small Boats, Neuberger Museum, New York (2020); Isaac Julien: Frederick Douglass: Lessons of the Hour, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah (2019); Looking for Langston at Tate Britain (2019); and Playtime at LACMA (2019). Julien has previously exhibited at venues including Museum of Modern Art, New York (2013), Art Institute of Chicago (2013), Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (2012), and Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (2005). Julien is the recipient of The Royal Academy of Arts Charles Wollaston Award 2017 and was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2017.
Isaac Julien was born in 1960, London, UK
He lives and works in London, UK and Santa Cruz, CA