James Cahill combines freelance writing with a role at one of London’s leading contemporary art galleries. He studied at the Courtauld Institute, where his research focused on British twentieth century artists' explorations of cruxifixion and obscenity. In 2009 he co-authored a monograph on British artist Angus Fairhurst, and in summer 2010 he contributed a catalogue essay for a group exhibition at Blyth Gallery, London, titled 'He Do the Police in Different Voices'. He has lectured at the Architectural Association, London, on the paintings of Francis Bacon, and at Magdalen College, Oxford, on the afterlife of Renaissance iconography in contemporary art.
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