ABOUT

Dr Éimear O’Connor HRHA is an art historian, curator, lecturer, art advisor and archivist. She was born and lives in Dublin, Ireland. O’Connor began her professional career as a visual artist and has exhibited in Ireland, Denmark and North America. She specialised in site-specific work, and has also designed album covers, book covers and stage settings.


She studied art history and history as a mature student in UCD and was awarded a BA (Hons) in 2003, which was followed by a PhD from the School of Art History and Cultural Policy (UCD) in 2008. O’Connor was a post-doctoral scholar with TRIARC-Irish Art Research Centre (TCD) (2008-10) and was then awarded the Clare and Tony White post-doctoral fellowship (2010-11). She is now a Research Associate with TRIARC-Irish Art Research Centre (TCD). O’Connor was awarded a first class honours MBA (DIT, Aungier Street) in 2016 (see art consultancy tab for further information).

She has published books and catalogues, and several articles and reviews on Irish art. Her new book, titled Seán Keating: Art, Politics and Building the Nation is published by Irish Academic Press in 2013.

She writes chapters, articles, reviews and catalogue notes, and she lectures in universities, art institutions, libraries, schools and communal gatherings on Irish, European and North American twentieth-century art.

 

 

 

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