Paul Kelly

Sep 22, 2015 | All, Art Gallery | 0 comments


‘Photo Graffiti’

January 2015


Paul was born in Liverpool and studied Contemporary Photography at Northumbria University, obtaining a BA Honors.

Working primarily on street photography and street orientated work and usually working solo Paul primarily uses Facebook as a tool to publicise his works.

For his first major art show his work featured alongside the likes of Banksy, Damien Hurst and Henri Bresson Cartier. He was also involved in collaboration with British artist Jim Star for the ‘Festival of Britain’ in 2010.

In 2010 in a SouthBank show called ‘Positive View’ Prince William was awarded one of his photos for the exhibition which raised £365,000 for charity.

This exhibition is called ‘Photo Graffiti’ and is a collection of photographs dating back from 1865 to current styles within the photographic genre.

Some handmade pieces and all the artwork are Bristol based or have been made in Bristol.

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