Rebecca Dolinsky studied at Amherst College, earning a BA in European Studies after writing her thesis, Internations Intimations Intonations : Expatriation Explored, with James Baldwin. Following Amherst, Dolinsky became an exchange  student at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in the rue d’Ulm,   returning to New York to study drawing, painting and sculpture at the New York Studio School for five years. Dolinsky has lived and worked between Paris and New York  ever since. Her paintings and sculptures have been shown in New York by Dore Ashton and Michael Brenson as well as at the DAAD in Berliin. The installation je possède LE LOUVRE at the infozone in Paris included the participation of Jacques Derrida, Jean-Luc Nancy and Georges Didi-Huberman. Delivering the Mail: For Jacques Derrida appeared as part of DE-COR-INSTANZ: DECONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, ORENSANZ at the Angel Orensanz Foundation in New York. The films Venus in Fur and The Desiring Machines were shown at the Paris Underground Film Festival and at the Strip Film Festival. Dolinsky has taught Eat Your Dasein at the Ecole Normale  Supérieure de Lyon and has been published in Vacarme. She has worked with the Magnetic Laboratorium for the performances Paris Action and M9 Colors in New York. Amongst her artist's books, Please, Louise was published by SANZO KUHNAM with a book signing at Le PALAIS DE TOKYO, PATIENT was part of CURE at the Paul Brousse Hospital, and Finn Again Begin Again from the Round Library has travelled as part of the collection of Leo Koenders' James Joyce Unique Books, of note to the Neue Sachsische Galerie Chemnitz and to the State Archives of Ludwigsburg, Germany.  Dolinsky performed I PHONE at the Nice Institution and participated in the fashion show QQQOC event #1, Don't Mop It, Wear It, at the gallery LA B.A.N.K. She has lectured on her work at the meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Society and at the Culture and Industry Conference organised by the Université Paris Descartes at the Arts et Métiers Museum. Dolinsky reenacted Colette for International Women’s Day at the Haute-House Salon. Currently working on a book of her books, Rebecca Dolinsky holds a salon for women in the arts on Thursday mornings at the Caffé Stern in Paris.