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Tamara Schild

Tamara Schild holds a doctorate in anthropology from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris and the Universität Wien. Her research focuses on the role of the Western art market in the appreciation of the traditional arts of Africa and Oceania.

Enid Schildkrout

Chief curator of th Museum for African Art in New York.

Gaye Sculthorpe

Gaye Sculthorpe is curator and section head for Oceania in the Department of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas at the British Museum.

Susan Secakuku

Susan Secakuku is a museum consultant specializing in research on Hopi cultural issues.

Bernard Sellato

Bernard Sellato is an extensively published expert on the traditional arts of Borneo, a subject he has been researching for more than forty years.

Christopher Selser

Art dealer living in Santa-Fe.

Enrique Serrano Carreto

Anthropologist and curator of the exhibition "Corps et Cosmos, la sculpture précolombienne du Mexique"

David Shaw King

David Shaw King is author of Food for the Flames: Idols and Missionaries in Central Polynesia

Ayinla Shilu Ao

Independent writer and consultant specializing in the art and culture of the Naga. She is herself Naga.

Milos Simovic

Milos Simovic curated the exhibition and authored the catalogue Daughter of Zion: Orthodox Christian Art from Ethiopia at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.