It is rare for a museum to devote an entire exhibition to a private collection. Generally, museums borrow work of art here or there, and discreetly indicate the name of the generous lender unless that person wishes to remain anonymous. With the exhibition at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Le Locle, Switzerland, Carla Sozzani, a prominent figure in contemporary elegance,...
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