Mary Cremin is a writer, art historian and independent curator based in Dublin. Cremin graduated from University College Cork with BA in History of Art and Political Geography (2004) and graduated with a Masters in Visual Art Practice (curating) from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dublin in 2007.
Recent curatorial projects include Aether, Martin Healy at Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin (2014), Misadventure Seeks Rainy Afternoon: Sonia Shiel, Oonagh Young Gallery (2013/2014), Bring in the Noise, Ormston House and Limerick City Gallery (2013), Lights, Camera, Action!, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios (2012), Pilgrimage from Scattered Points: Luke Fowler, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios (2011), Sidney Nolan; Ned Kelly Series, IMMA (2012-2013), Garrett Phelan, IMMA off site NEW FAITH LOVELSONG (2012), Conversations: Photography from the Bank of America Collection IMMA, (2012), Cyprien Gaillard and Koudlam, IMMA (2011). She was Project Manager, Richard Mosse, The Enclave, Irish Pavilion, Venice Biennale, 2013, prior to this she was Project Curator at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. She has produced major exhibitions on Eileen Gray, Lynda Benglis, Francis Alÿs, Carlos Garaicoa, Romuald Hazoumè, Gerard Byrne and Alice Maher. Cremin was awarded the curatorial residency in Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin for 2010/2011, the visual arts curator residency, 2013 from the Irish Arts Council. In 2015, she will curate a performance series at IMMA as part of the Summer Rising and will participate in 1+1, at Platform, Vaasa, Finland. She is the curator of Dublin City University art collection.