Isaac Julien, Ten Thousand Waves (film still),” 2010. © Isaac Julien, courtesy Isaac Julien Studio, London. Linda Pace Foundation Collection, Ruby City, San Antonio, Texas.
Isaac Julien is a British installation artist and filmmaker. One of the objectives of Julien’s work is to break down the barriers that exist between different artistic disciplines, drawing from and commenting on film, dance, photography, music, theatre, painting and sculpture, and uniting these to construct a powerfully visual narrative. Thematically, much of his work directly relates to experiences of black and gay identity, including issues of class, sexuality, and artistic and cultural history.
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Co-commission with Isaac Julien Announcement (6.6.19)
Looking for Langston Exhibition Announcement (12.17.18)
INAUGURAL EXHIBITION, "ISAAC JULIEN: PLAYTIME"
INAUGURAL EXHIBITION, "JEWELS IN THE CONCRETE"
"ISAAC JULIEN: LOOKING FOR LANGSTON"
Isaac Julien, "Dreaming in Red," 2009
Isaac Julien, "Looking For Langston," 1989
Isaac Julien, "Film-Noir Angels (Looking For Langston Vintage Series)," 1989/2016
Isaac Julien, "Masquerade No. 3 (Looking For Langston Vintage Series)," 1989/2016
Isaac Julien, "Ten Thousand Waves," 2010
Isaac Julien, "Playtime," 2014
Isaac Julien, "Stones Against Diamonds," 2015
Isaac Julien, "Lina Bo Bardi - A Marvellous Entanglement," 2019
Glenn Ligon, "Stranger in the Village #11," 1998
Daniel Joseph Martinez, "Beauty…it rubs against one’s tongue it hangs there hurting one insisting its own existence finally it gets so one cannot stand the pain then one must have beauty extracted," 2006
Shahzia Sikander, "Parallax," 2013
Diana Thater, "Four Suns Video Wall," 2000