Danielle Krikorian

Danielle Krikorian


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Danielle Andréa Krikorian is a PhD student in History of Art at the uNiversity of Birmingham and early-career art practitioner.

She has worked as an archival researcher, art critic, curatorial intern, and gallery manager in Birmingham, France, London, and Lebanon. Her artworks have been exhibited in Beirut and London.

Krikorian received the ‘Best Presentation Award’ for her paper ‘National heritage and Archaeology though warfare: the crisis and repair of identity’ at the University of Cambridge’s Annual Student Archaeology Conference 2022.


MA in Art History from the University College London (UCL)

BA (Double-Major) in Studio Art and Art History from the American University of Beirut (AUB)

Research interests

Krikorian's PhD project (M4C/AHRC funded Doctoral Research) focuses on trauma theory, gender dynamics, postcolonial theory, Islamic art in the works of Lebanese women artists during the Lebanese Civil War in the 1970s. Delving into themes of memory and identity, the research examines their work through the lens of testimony and remembrance. 



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