Andy MacKay

Andy MacKay is a cultural historian and Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts. 2013 saw the publication of his book The Angel of Charleston: Grace Higgens, Housekeeper to the Bloomsbury Group, an insightful and revealing biography based on previously unpublished diaries, letters and photographs. Most recently Andy appeared 'in conversation' at the National Portrait Gallery as part of the 2014 Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision exhibition.

For the past decade Andy has taught art history throughout Europe, specialising in Italy and London, as well as teaching English Literature at several American universities. He has also worked as an archivist at The British Library. In London he regularly lectures at the National Gallery, Courtauld Gallery, V&A Museum, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Tate Britain, Tate Modern and the Freud Museum. 

He previously studied Art History, Philosophy & Literature at St Andrews University in Scotland before undertaking a PhD at Leiden University in The Netherlands.  






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