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Artists and Authors

Maierhofer, Fritz

1941 born in Vienna (AT) 1966 traditional goldsmith apprenticeship and diploma with Anton Heldwein, Vienna 1986–1987 receipt of the John Cass Senior Visiting Research Fellowship

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Mälk, Kadri

b. 1958 1981-1986 Estonian State Art Institute (ERKI), Tallinn (EE), department of metal art, prof Leili Kuldkepp 1993-1994 studies on gemmology, Lahti Design Institute (FI)

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Martens, Olaf

Born in Halle (Saale) in 1963, Martens lives in Leipzig. Studied photography at the Hochschule für Graphik und Buchkunst. Since 1990 freelance photographer in the

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Martinazzi, Bruno

1923 born in Turin Study of Chemistry and Psychology 1953 Training at the Scuola Statale d’Arte, Florence, and at the Istituto d’Arte, Rome Since 1955

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Mathieu, Christine

Christine Mathieu is an ethnohistorian who has studied the histories and cultures of the Naxi and Mosuo people since 1989. She was one of the

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Maurer Zilioli, Dr. phil. Ellen

1996 Taught at Passau University; 1996 –1998 academic assistant at the Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen; curated exhibition “Die Expressionismus- Sammlung Lothar Günther Buchheim” at the Haus der

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Mehus, Konrad

1967 Zertifikat als Goldschmied 1967 Teacher Training College for arts and crafts, Oslo 1972 National Academy of the Arts, Oslo Public Collections Arts Council Norway,

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Miller, Kenneth R.

Kenneth R. Miller is Professor of Biology at Brown University. He was born in Rahway, New Jersey, and attended Rahway High School. He did his

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Mink, Dorothea

Dorothea Mink has been a professor of Fashion Design and experimental fashion in the department for Integrated Design at the University of the Arts Bremen

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