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Leonid Osseny

Leonid Osseny-architect, artist, designer, poet-was born in Russia in 1948. His reading of James Joyce's Ulysses and his other graphic works are informed by the compositional school of Sergey Eisenstein, who made use of the device of "inner monologue" to convey his ideas. Studying the work of Eisenstein in film, art, and architecture gave him the necessary background to begin the illustrations for Joyce's novel. His current projects include a series of graphic works titled "Chicago Architecture," the illustration of books by Oscar Wilde, David Patashinsky, and D. O. Korr, and design work for a number of plays at Boston's Basement on the Hill Stage.

Additional Information

ISSN
1538-4241
Print ISSN
1049-0809
Launched on MUSE
2008-01-02
Open Access
No
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