Elizabeth Fullerton is an experienced journalist, specialised in art. She has recently published her first book Artrage! The Story of the BritArt Revolution, a comprehensive history of BritArt for Thames and Hudson. She writes regularly for the art magazines Art in America, Sculpture, Elephant and Art Quarterly and contributes occasionally to various publications including The Guardian and The Financial Times. After graduating from New College, Oxford with a degree in modern languages, Elizabeth worked as a journalist at Reuters, holding a variety of posts including foreign correspondent in Mexico and Central America. She has also contributed to several exhibition catalogues and books, among them Flying Too Close to the Sun, 2018, The Art of the Erotic, 2017 and Body of Art, 2015, all published by Phaidon. Her interests include the arts, travel, hiking and scuba diving. She holds a Master’s in history of art from Birkbeck College and lives in London with her husband and two sons.