Charlotte Mullins is an art critic, writer and broadcaster. She is currently filming for the BBC2 series 'Show Me The Monet', on which she is a judge, and is writing PICTURING PEOPLE, a follow-up to her successful book PAINTING PEOPLE.
A former editor of Art Review and V&A Magazine, her recent books include PAINTING PEOPLE (Thames & Hudson, 2006, an investigation into contemporary figuration), and a monograph on Rachel Whiteread (Tate Publishing, 2004). She has written on art for the Telegraph, Financial Times and specialist titles for many years, and is a contributor to BBC arts programmes including 'The Culture Show' and 'Front Row'. Her most recent radio documentary for BBC Radio 4 explored the life and work of artists Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey. She was a judge for the 2009 BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery, London and has been a selector for many exhibitions including the Jerwood Sculpture Prize and the Hunting Art Prize. She has written ten books including two for children, LIVES OF THE GREAT ARTISTS and STORY OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST PAINTINGS (both Thames & Hudson under the name Charlie Ayres).
Charlotte studied at the Courtauld Institute of Art and Sotheby’s Institute in London, and is currently completing her doctorate at the University of Sussex/National Maritime Museum (AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award holder).
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