Liam Kelly is a Professor of Irish Visual Culture at the School of Art and Design, University of Ulster, Belfast. He holds a BA(Hons.) degree in the History of European Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, and a Ph.D from Trinity College, Dublin. He is a writer and broadcaster on contemporary Irish and international art. His publications include Thinking Long – Contemporary Art in the North of Ireland;
The City as Art (ed.) ,The Disembodied Eye and The School of Art and Design, Belfast 1960-2009.
He has also curated both solo and thematic exhibitions in Ireland, Australia, USA, France, Slovenia and Hong Kong. He took part in L’imaginaire Irlandais, a major festival of Irish culture, as curator of Language Mapp... read more