Art curator and Director of the Irish Architecture Foundation.
Nathalie Weadick (Dublin, 1970) is an art curator who also works in the fields of architecture and spatial practice. She is Director of the Irish Architecture Foundation, which aims to raise the profile of architectural and urban planning culture. Between 2004 and 2007, she was deputy director of The Architecture Foundation (London) and, prior to that, was director of the Butler Gallery of Kilkenny for five years. She organises debates and writes for several publications on the visual arts and architecture and has also curated a number of exhibitions, notable amongst which are The Everyday Experience (Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2013) and the Irish pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2008 and 2010. She is a member of the Curating Architecture Forum at Goldsmiths and of the Architectural Humanities Research Association.
[Last update: December 2013]