Coline Milliard is a contemporary art specialist based in London. In May 2015, she joined Carroll/Fletcher as Associate Director, working with a roster of artists including Constant Dullaart, Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme, and Richard T. Walker.
As an art critic, journalist and editor, Coline has published extensively in periodicals including Modern Painters, Art Monthly, The International Herald Tribune, Art Review, Metropolis M and Art in America, and contributed essays in books and exhibition catalogues.
Prior to her current position, Coline was Deputy Editor for the global newswire artnet News, for which she reported regularly on art and its markets. From 2010 to 2014, she was UK editor at LBM, in which capacity she oversaw UK coverage for ARTINFO and Modern Painters magazine.
In 2010, Coline curated the first retrospective of the artist Zineb Sedira, held at the [mac] Musée d’Art Contemporain in Marseille, France. The following year, she worked on the launch and development of Ibraaz, an online publishing platform focusing on contemporary visual culture in the Middle East and North Africa region.
A Frenchwoman in the UK, Coline has sought to develop links between English- and French-speaking art scenes. She conceived and was one of two founding co-editors of Catalogue, an online publication that acted as a bridge across the Channel between 2009 and 2011. She now sits on the artistic committee of Fluxus Art Projets, a Franco-British charity supported by the Institut Français in London, designed to support emerging talents in France and Britain.