Kevin Callaghan completed an MA at the Royal College of Art in 2013, he has a BA from The Crawford College of Art and a Master-craftsman in pottery from the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland. Kevin currently lives in Glasgow with his studio at The Glasgow Sculpture Studios. He is renovating a sheep shed into a new studio on his family land in Donegal, Ireland where he has plans for a bothy style clamping site. He exhibits nationally and internationally, showing at the Dublin Castle, The London Art Fair and the Saatchi Gallery with Cynthia Corbett and the Young Master's Art Prize, the Victoria and Albert Museum “What is Luxury” with Unknown Fields Division and Toby Smith. Other shows include “GLOBALE: Infosphere”ZKM Museum, Karlsruhe, Germany and Van Abbe-museum, Eindhoven. He was selected to represent Ireland in The Ceramic Context Biennale in Bornholm Art Museum in 2018
He collaborated with Dublin architect Peter Carroll from A2 architects at The European Culture Centre in Venice May-Nov 2019. This year participated in the Sky Arts series Landmark, commissioned by Sky to produce a piece of sculpture in 14 days with Simon Hopkins at Sculpture and Design fabricators . Kevin completed an 8 week residency at The Irish Culture Centre in Paris in August 2021.