“My idea of a garden is contradictory. I don’t see an enclosed space, but a wide open nature…” Sebastião Salgado is sharing this vision for the first time. At Chateau Palmer, in wine country, the photographer is exposing a selection of twenty-four photographs, resulting from more than seven years of research on original nature.
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