A print of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn, believed to be worth $7,000, was stolen on New Year’s Day from the open garage of a residential home on Staten Island, New York, reports SILive.com. (This follows a global trend of Marilyn-related art thefts, the most recent example being a statue in New Zealand last October.)
Photographs of Marilyn, to be displayed in an upcoming exhibition, have been stolen, reports the Associated Press. Part of the touring Ferragamo exhibit – due next in Tokyo – the pictures were to be shown at Prague Castle in the Czech Republic from May 29 – September 20.
Mannequins and display cases have also allegedly disappeared, with no word yet as to if the exhibit will be delayed or cancelled.