Joanna Norman is Deputy Head of Research at the V&A and Lead Curator for the Scottish Design Galleries at V&A Dundee.
Susan North is the curator of Fashion, 1550–1800, at the Victoria and Albert Museum. She co-curated “Style and Splendor: Queen Maud of Norway’s Wardrobe” in 2005 and has published several books for the V&A.
John Julius Norwich is the author of The Great Cities in History as well as magisterial histories of Norman Sicily, the republic of Venice, and the Byzantine Empire. He has also written widely on architecture and music, and has presented some thirty BBC television historical documentaries.
Dennis Nothdruft is Curator of the Fashion and Textile Museum, where he leads the museum’s series of drawing classes for young people. He lives in London.
Paul F. O’Rourke has been research associate in the Department of Egyptian, Classical, and Ancient Near Eastern Art at the Brooklyn Museum since 1988.
Glenn O’Brien writes about art, music, and fashion.
David O’Connor is Professor of Ancient Egyptian Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
Dennis O’Kain is an architectural photographer whose work has appeared in Veranda and Aperture, among many other publications.
Georgia O’Keeffe was an American artist.
Marie O’Mahony is Professor of Advanced Textiles at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia.
Kristi O’Meara is a painter, graphic designer, and the Founder and Creative Director of The Patternbase, a Chicago-based design studio with an online archive and blog dedicated to profiling the latest, most exciting work in textile and surface design. She has worked with institutions and designers including Porter Teleo, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and the fiber artist Nick Cave.
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Megan O’Neil is Assistant Professor of Art History at Barnard College.
Sally O’Reilly contributes regularly to art magazines, including Art Monthly, Frieze, Art Review, and Time Out, and has written numerous catalogue essays for museums and galleries.
Mitchell Oakley Smith is editor and publisher of the Australian menswear journal Manuscript. He is based in Sydney and New York.
Elke Oberthaler is Chief Conservator of the Picture Gallery at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna and a lecturer at the University of Applied Arts and the Academy of Fine Arts.
Hans Ulrich Obrist is an art historian and Director of International Projects at the Serpentine Gallery.
OKIDO is an innovative group of London-based designers, illustrators, and authors who create an art-and-science magazine of the same name for young children. In spring 2015, their television show will air on the BBC. Author Sophie Dauvois is a scientist and teacher. Rachel Ortas is an illustrator and artist-in-residence at Central Saint Martins, London. Alex Barrow is the magazine’s art director.
Daniel Ockrent is an American writer and editor.
Andrew Loog Oldham is a record producer, talent manager and author.
James Oles teaches art history at Wellesley College and is adjunct curator of Latin American Art at the Davis Museum. His previous books include South of the Border: Mexico in the American Imagination 1914–47. He splits his time between Wellesley, MA and Mexico City.
Wally Olins has advised many of the world’s leading organizations on identity, branding, and communication, including McKinsey, Renault, Volkswagon, and Akzo-Nobel. His previous books include Corporate Identity and Wally Olins on Brand. He lives in London.
Fabrice Olivieri is an independent perfumer.
Jim Olson is the founding principal of Olson Kundig Architects and has received numerous honors for his work as an architect, from the Seattle AIA Medal of Honor to Interior Design magazine’s Hall of Fame. Since the 1990s, Olson Kundig has been continuously included in Architectural Digest’s AD100 list of the world’s top architects and designers.
Christopher Ondaatje now lives in England. His books include Hemingway in Africa, The Man-Eater of Punanai, and The Last Colonial.