Andy Friend is a Ravilious expert and co-curator of Ravilious & Co. at Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne, UK.
Robin Friend has exhibited internationally and was nominated for the prestigious Prix Pictet Award in 2010.
Flavia Frigeri is an art historian and curator. She is currently a teaching fellow in the History of Art department at University College London. She co-curated The World Goes Pop, a reassessment of pop art from a global perspective.
Lena Fritsch is Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, where she works on exhibitions and displays of international art. Before joining the Ashmolean in 2017, she was Assistant Curator of International Art at Tate Modern. A specialist in 20th and 21st century Japanese art and photography, and an experienced translator of the language, she has contributed to a number of exhibitions featuring Japanese art.
Michel Frizot is Research Director at the Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris. He lives in France.
Jesse Frohman began his photography career in New York, working first as an assistant for the legendary Irving Penn. His work has appeared in many major magazines, including Vanity Fair, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Rolling Stone, and Spin. He also shoots for advertising and recording companies. Frohman has had several solo exhibitions and his work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Luke Frost is an illustrator, printmaker, and graphic designer. He is part of Heretic, an experimental illustration and screen-printing studio founded in 2005.
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The author of more than a dozen novels and story collections, Carlos Fuentes is Mexico’s most celebrated novelist and critic. He has received numerous honors and awards throughout his lifetime, including the Miguel de Cervantes Prize and the Latin Literary Prize. Included among his books are Terra Nostra, Where the Air Is Clear, and Distant Relations.
Elizabeth Fullerton is an art historian. Her articles have appeared in many international publications, including the Financial Times, the Independent, the Washington Post, the Sydney Herald, and ARTnews.
Maureen Furniss, PhD is an animation historian at California Institute of the Arts, where she teaches three different animation history courses. She is the founding editor of Animation Journal and the author of Art in Motion: Animation Aesthetics and The Animation Bible. She is a founding member and currently chairman of the board of the Society for Animation Studies, and she has received an award for her contributions to the field of animation from the Hollywood chapter of the International Animated Film Society.
Peter Furtado is the former editor of History Today and the author of 1001 Days That Shaped the World. He lives in Oxford.
Melissa Gabardi is a historian of the decorative arts and a specialist in twentieth-century jewelry. She lives in Milan.
Olivier Gabet is director of the Muse´e des Arts De´coratifs.
Jean-Louis Gaillemin, founder of Beaux-Arts magazine and L’Objet d’art, is an honorary lecturer at the Universite´ Paris-Sorbonne, specializing in architecture and decor.
Matthew Gale is Head of Displays and Curator at Tate Modern.
Amandine Guisez Gallienne is a French photographer and freelance graphic designer who lives and works in Paris. Her training in art and graphic design has led her to travel to countries all over the globe searching for images that reveal the multicolored beauty of our world.
Clive Gamble is Professor of Archaeology at the University of Southampton. His publications include Origins and Revolutions: Human Identity in Earliest Prehistory (2007) and Archaeology: The Basics (2007).
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Saar Ganor is an archaeologist with the Israel Antiquities Authority. He codirected the excavations at Khirbet Qeiyafa.
Christoph Ganter is a graffiti artist and teacher who works under the tag “Jeroo.” He has contributed to zines and blogs such as lectrics.fr, blog.vandalog.com, ilovegraffiti.de, streetfiles.org, and Xplicit Grafx. He lives in Germany.
Nicholas Ganz is a freelance photographer and author based in Essen, Germany.
Anne-Marie Garat is a French novelist who has taught cinema and photography at the Sorbonne in Paris.
Tamar Garb is Reader in the History of Art at University College London and author of Sisters of the Brush and Bodies of Modernity, among many publications on late nineteenth-century art and culture.
Yosef Garfinkel is Yigael Yadin Professor for the Archaeology of the Land of Israel, Biblical Archaeology Department of the Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and head of the Berman Center for Biblical Archaeology.