Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) is undoubtedly one of the most photographed stars in the history of cinema. She was captured by some of the best photographers of her day: André de Dienes, Milton Greene, Philippe Halsmann, Eve Arnold, Cecil Beaton, Sam Shaw, Ed Feingersh, George Barris, and Bert Stern, all of whom contributed to making Marilyn an internationally-renowned icon.
The exhibition presents some sixty photographs, mostly on loan from private collectors, as well as numerous multimedia materials. Marilyn is the story of the unique relationship that Marilyn Monroe had with photography, and photographers. A key relationship that would play a vital role in the construction of her legendary image.
Guided tours of the exhibition every day from October 22 to November 2, 2016 at 4pm.
Reservations on the website of Caumont art center or directly on site. 1h15 min duration, maximum 25 people per tour.
From October 22nd to May 1st every day from 10am till 6pm