Neil Matheson is Senior Lecturer in Theory and Criticism of Photography. He is a photographer and academic whose research is focused on surrealism, contemporary art and photography. His research embraces the work of a wide range of artists and photographers, as well as Japanese art and photography of the postwar era and its relationship with contemporary European art movements.
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