Julia Skelly

Julia Skelly teaches in the Department of Art History and Communication Studies at McGill University. Her publications include Wasted Looks: Addiction and British Visual Culture, 1751-1919 (2014), The Uses of Excess in Visual and Material Culture, 1600-2010 (2014), Radical Decadence: Excess in Contemporary Feminist Textiles and Craft (2017), and Skin Crafts: Affect, Violence and Materiality in Global Contemporary Art (forthcoming). Her criticism has appeared in Inuit Art Quarterly, esse, Canadian Art, and Espace: art actuel. In 2015, her article on Rebecca Belmore, Manasie Akpaliapik and Ron Noganosh was published in the Journal of Canadian Studies.

Articles by Julia Skelly

Lieutenant F.O. Loft, circa 1914-18.
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Fred Loft
The Senate Chambers on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, ON.
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Thelma Chalifoux
National Aboriginal Veterans Monument, Ottawa
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Frank Narcisse Jérome
Self-Portrait with Concert Program
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Paraskeva Clark
Rollande
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Prudence Heward
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John Henry Walker
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Mabel Lockerby
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Beaver Hall Group
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Art Association of Montreal
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Mary Ella Dignam
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Regina Seiden
Adventure
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Alexandra Luke
Color/Rhythm
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Hortense Gordon
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Robert Markle
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Susan Point
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Roy Henry Vickers
Quantum Tangle
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Quantum Tangle
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Felix Callihoo
Curve Lake First Nation
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Elsie Knott