About the Author
Francine Koslow Miller earned degrees from Brandeis University, and the University of California, Berkeley, before receiving her doctorate in 19th and 20th century Art History at Boston University. She has pursued her career as an art critic ever since. As a full-time art writer, her features, interviews and reviews of artists including Louis Bourgeois, Paul Chan, Philip Guston, Robert Indiana, Yoko Ono and Clare Rojas have been widely published in magazines and professional journals worldwide, especially Artforum, Art in America, Sculpture and Tema Celeste magazines. Her essays on Eli Nadelman and the Rebel Art Centre are included in the Grove Dictionary of Art. Along with numerous catalogues, she has written four monographs: Metaphysical Dreamweaver: The Art of Enrico V. Pinardi (Pucker Art Publications, 2012), Thomas R. Crotty: A Solitude of Space (Down East Books. 2003), John O Reilly: Assemblies of Magic (Twin Palms Press, 2002) and Gaudier-Brzeska par Ezra Pound (Tristan, 1992). Cashing in on Culture is her newest book.