(b. in 1963) lives and works in Dublin.
“We see the past in terms of the representational strategies used to describe it. This idea has been integral to the rationale of Margaret Corcoran’s work. Her paintings have revisited historical eras with the aim of illuminating the world views implicit in the images and the ways they were constructed, generally with particular regard to the role of women of looking, seeing and making.Her engagement has been broadly critical and analytical.”
– Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times (2009)