Lizzie Lloyd is a Bristol-based writer, artist and researcher. She has contributed to Art Monthly, artnet, Art Review, Journal of Contemporary Painting among other art magazines and journals. Her writing has been commissioned by artists such as Niamh O’Malley, Katie Paterson, Ben Owen, Hannah Murgatroyd, and Tim Knowles and been commissioned by Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Workplace Gallery, Field Art Projects, New Art Projects, Foreground, Hestercombe Gallery, UH Gallery, Plymouth College of Art, KARST, and Exeter Phoenix among others.

She is Senior Lecturer in Fine Art /Art and Writing at University of the West of England and has taught at Bath Spa University (Historical and Contextual Studies – Art and Design) and University of Bristol (History of Art). She facilitates specialist art writing workshops – designed for practitioners, industry professionals and students –  previously at Hauser and Wirth Somerset, Plymouth Art Centre and Index The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation.

Her doctoral thesis 'Art Writing and Subjectivity: Critical Association in Art Historical Practice' was completed in 2019 at University of Bristol.