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Richard Margolis

Richard Margolis is an independent researcher of early Eskimo and indigenous Siberian art.

Cesare Marino

Cesare Marino (PhD, American U.) is anthropologist and researcher in the Smithsonian Institution’s.

Peter Mark

Angèle Martin

Angèle Martin researched the collections of the museums of France overseas as part of his studies at the Ecole du Louvre. He is now in charge of scientific archives of the Musée du Quai Branly.

Elena Martinez-Jacquet

Elena Martínez-Jacquet is editor in chief for Europe and special issues manager of Tribal Art magazine. Elle she is also the founder of PRIMITIVE FINE ARTS, a consulting society specialised in promoting public and private tribal art collections from African Oceania, Asia and the Americas. Discover her work: http://elenamartinezjacquet.com

Stéphane Massonet

He publishes and lectures on the avant-garde, ethnology, and literature. He also works in the fields of digital media and long-term preservation of cultural heritage.

Natasha McKinney

Natasha McKinney curated the exhibition Shifting Patterns: Pacifi c Barkcloth Clothing and, until recently, was the Oceania curator at the British Museum.

Tom McLaughlin

Tom McLaughlin is director of Donald A. Heald Rare Books, Prints, and Maps in New York City.

Adam Mekler

Adam Mekler is associate curator of Amazonia at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

Magali Mélandri

Magali Mélandri is curator for Oceanic art at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris.