Eileen Gray. Untitled, unknown date. Photograph. Peter Adam Collection.

Join one of the foremost experts on Eileen Gray’s career and work, Jennifer Goff (curator at the National Museum of Ireland), for a fascinating journey into the lesser-known aspects of Gray’s artistic practice. Though she is celebrated primarily for her furniture designs and architecture, Gray’s prolific career also included creations in many different mediums, including painting, photography, and sculpture.

Meet the Speakers:

Jennifer Goff
is Curator of the Eileen Gray, Furniture, and Musical instruments collections in the National Museum of Ireland’s Decorative Art and History Division. She was a Fulbright Scholar in 2016–17, when she completed a dual affiliation as a research scholar with Columbia University in New York and as the first Irish Fulbright scholar lecturing at the New York School of Interior Design. She is the author of many publications, including Eileen Gray: Her Work and Her World (2016) and three chapters in BGC’s Eileen Gray exhibition catalogue.

Emma Cormack
is Associate Curator at Bard Graduate Center and the curatorial and editorial assistant on the Eileen Gray project.