Marilyn Monroe: 17 Years A Star, an exhibition and sale curated by Andrew Weiss, will be on display at the Edwards-Lowell Gallery in Beverly Hills until June 30, as Spectrum News reports. Featuring images by William ‘Bill’ Carroll, Milton Greene, George Barris and others, the most expensive item is this $75,000 unretouched print from Marilyn’s 1962 Vogue shoot with Bert Stern.
It’s still not too late to celebrate Marilyn’s birthday, and on June 21, Pop International Galleries in New York launches an exhibit in her honour, curated by Andrew Weiss and featuring hand-signed photos by William Carroll, Laszlo Willinger, Bert Stern and George Barris.
The recent ‘Happy Birthday Marilyn‘ exhibition at Pop International Galleries, NYC – curated by Andrew Weiss – has inspired a 166-page catalogue, entitled 17 Years Marilyn: The Making of a Legend, featuring works by seven photographers, from her beginnings as a model in 1945, to her final days as one of the world’s most beloved movie stars in 1962.
“It is available for purchase from the Andrew Weiss Gallery for $45 (USD),” says Immortal Marilyn member Livia. “Although their shipping defaults to US only they are working on it. I have emailed them and they welcome international customers. Just send them an email with your postal address and they will send you an invoice.”
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Now at the Pop International Gallery in SoHo, NYC, Andrew Weiss has curated an exhibition, ‘Happy Birthday Marilyn’, featuring works by seven photographers – Bill Carroll, Andre de Dienes, Laszlo Willinger, Kashio Aoki, Milton Greene, Bert Stern and George Barris, as reported by Stephanie Nolasco on her La Vintage Vida blog.