Floriane Morin


Floriane Morin is an art historian who graduated from the Ecole du Louvre (Paris, 2003) in Museology and Pacific Arts (M. A.) and holds an M. A. in African Art History from the University of Paris IV (Paris, 2004). Between 2004 and 2009, she was curator of the African and Oceanian collections at the Barbier-Mueller Museum in Geneva and produced several international exhibitions and publications under her co-direction. Since 2010, she has been Curator in charge of the African collections at the Ethnography Museum of Geneva. Within the frame of the MEG’s decolonial Strategic Plan 2019-2024 (http://www.ville-ge.ch/meg/pdf/MEG_PS_2020_2024.pdf) , she is currently leading a global project on provenance research and critical history of the collections .(http://www.ville-ge.ch/meg/en/collections03.php)

Active member of the Swiss Provenance Research Association (https://provenienzforschung.ch/fr) since 2019, she recently organized and moderated the panel New Ethics towards African Heritage in Switzerland. The challenging discourse between academic and museum spaces with Dag Henrichsen (BAB) in the frame of the Swiss Researching Africa Days 2020( https://sagw.ch/fr/africa/)