“I Don’t Think I’m Zorro,” Says Director Hired To Rescue Paris’s Picasso Museum

“When the state appointed him president in June and dispatched him on this emergency mission, French headlines hailed [Laurent] Le Bon in the name of that fictional masked outlaw who battled tyrannical officials. And riffing on an English translation of his last name and his reputation for diplomacy, curators in the international art world called him Larry the Good.”

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