Although “Hollywood Marilyn Monroe” presents just a small fragment of the vast amount of work shot by prolific photographer Milton Greene, the images on display detail the essence of Mr Greene’s talent for capturing the private side of some of the world's most iconic stars.
Back in the 1960s his images adorned the covers of titles including Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, with Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn, and Marlene Dietrich among the countless stars to have posed for him.
While this exhibition does feature some of Mr Greene’s other work, the core is anchored around Marilyn Monroe. The Green/Monroe professional relationship was relatively short-lived, lasting from 1953-1957, but nevertheless still proved extremely fruitful. This groundbreaking exhibition presents two sides of Marilyn Monroe: the international sex symbol and the vulnerable, tortured soul.
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