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Miller regresa a la pintura en Oaxaca (México), incorporando pensamiento prehispánico en su obra plástica. Ha tenido varias exposiciones individuales y colectivas en México, EE.UU. y Europa y se han publicado cinco catálogos. Su obra se encuentra en diversas colecciones privadas y públicas en México, los Estados Unidos, España, Francia, Sudán y África del Sur.
Born in New York City, Arthur Miller studied two careers: Studio Painting and Archaeology. He is a Harvard Ph.D. in Fine Arts and Anthropology. As a young painter, Miller studied in the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, where he worked with the New York artists Jack Tworkov and Alex Katz, forming his interest in combining representation with abstraction. He was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to study painting in Paris. As an archaeologist and art historian, his publications include six books on the pre-Hispanic painting traditions of Mexico. He won a Guggenheim Fellowship to study mural painting in archaeological site Teotihuacan, located near Mexico City.
Miller returned to painting in Oaxaca, (Mexico) incorporating pre-Hispanic thought in his pictorial art. He has had various solo and collective exhibitions in Mexico, the United States, and Europe. His paintings form part of private and public collections in Mexico, the United States, Spain, France, Sudan, and South Africa.