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Gold Diggers

Sebastião Salgado’s photographs capture the hope, despair, and human suffering in a Brazilian mine

Soho on Camera

“I Go Nowhere, See No One”

Greta Garbo’s letters, now up for auction, make public a rare glimpse of the star who loved solitude

Zwirner Takes Paris

Stable Genius

A séjour in Deauville leads master photographer Larry Fink to explore his horsey side

Joni’s Blue Period

Screen Time

MoMA Mia⁠—a New Museum!

Following a familiar script, the Museum of Modern Art has re-invented itself yet again. But first it had to be invented

Working Women

Now You See It

Naval Gazing

On October 29, Bonhams, in London, will offer a major Marine Sale

For Old Times’ Sake

A slew of new exhibitions puts the spotlight on ancient times, from King Tut to Pompeii

Tokini Peterside

“I have spent most of my career being a bridge between artists and the business world,” says the founder of Art X Lagos

Going Dutch

Fifty Shades of “Grey”

Paris Picture Show

Power Dressing

The estate of the Queen’s dressmaker will be auctioned at Amersham Auction Rooms, in Buckinghamshire, on October 31

Don’t Pass Him By

The ever cheerful Ringo Starr has a new album—improbably titled What’s My Name—and a lot to say about drumming, photography, and that band …

Fantasy Jewels

From the Baltics
with Love

Charlotte Gainsbourg Is Alive and Well and Living in New York

After a tragic loss, she abandoned Paris. And now, as she approaches 50, the daughter of Serge and Jane finally feels she is coming into her own identity

And the Band Played On

Fifty years later, Robbie Robertson talks about “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down”

Maurice Sendak’s
Wild Vision

Once upon a Dream