Charlotte Mullins is an art critic, writer, and broadcaster. Her latest book, A Little History of Art, is published by Yale University Press (April 2022).
She is the art critic for Country Life and has written for specialist titles and newspapers including the Financial Times, Telegraph, Independent on Sunday, RA Magazine, Art in America, and Tate Magazine.
A former editor of Art Quarterly, V&A Magazine, and Art Review, she has appeared on BBC TV arts programs and is a regular on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row and Radio 3’s Free Thinking.
Charlotte is the author of more than a dozen books including a monograph on Rachel Whiteread and A Little Feminist History of Art, both for Tate, and the internationally acclaimed Painting People, and its companion volume Picturing People, both for Thames & Hudson.
Books in order of publication:
Tate Modern Artists: Rachel Whiteread – 2004
Painting People: Figure Painting Today – 2006
Painting People: The State Of The Art – 2006
Festival on the River: The Story of Southbank Centre – 2010
Picturing People: The New State of the Art – 2015
Painting People: The State Of The Art – 2017
A Little Feminist History of Art – 2019
A Little History of Art – 2022