Hannah De Moor (°1994) is a PhD researcher in Art History at Illuminare – Centre for the Study of Medieval Art (KU Leuven). She is working on a doctoral dissertation on Netherlandish carved altarpieces in medieval Sweden, supervised by Professor Jan Van der Stock.
Together with Annelies Vogels she is responsible for the day-to-day coordination of Illuminare. She contributes to the Digital Corpus of Flemish Retables in collaboration with the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History in The Hague. Furthermore, she is affiliated with the organisation of the upcoming double exposition Masterpieces of Late Medieval Sculpture. 1400-1530 . For this project Illuminare collaborates with Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam) and the Art & History Museum (Brussels).
In 2016, Hannah completed a Master’s in Art History at the University of Leuven with a thesis on the altarpiece of Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Lombeek (ca. 1525-1535). In the same year, she started working as a scientific associate at Illuminare, funded by the Chair of Medieval Sculpture in the Netherlands. During her studies, Hannah held an internship at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels Belgium and assisted in setting up the exhibition From Floris to Rubens. Master drawings from a Belgian private collection (20.01.16-15.05.16). She also worked as a guide in M-Museum Leuven and joined both teams of KU(n)ST Leuven and Illuminare – Centre for the Study of Medieval Art (KU Leuven) while working on the citywide festival 500 years Utopia.