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Marco Jalla is PhD student in Art History at the University of Geneva. His researches focus on the functions of copy painting in the 19th century. Former student at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, he has followed a dual cursus in History (EHESS) and Art History (ENS, Ulm – TU Berlin). After teaching for five years at the University of Geneva as assistant, he is currently associate researcher in Art History at the University of Tokyo, where he coordinates the collaboration between Artl@s and Japan.

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