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Thu, 25 May 2017
Remembering James Spada
James Spada, author of Monroe: A Life in Pictures, has sadly passed away. You can read my tribute over at Immortal Marilyn.
Sun, 21 May 2017
â€˜Unmissable Marilynâ€™ In Rome
More than 300 items of Marilyn’s personal property, including costumes, letters, and her David di Donatello award for The Prince and the Showgirl, are featured in ‘Unmissable Marilyn’, an exhibition curated with the guidance of collector Ted Stampfer, at the Palazzo Degli Esami in Rome until July 30. More details here.
Sun, 21 May 2017
Diamonds and Pearls: Marilyn in the F.T.
Marilyn makes two jewellery-related appearances in this weekend’s Financial Times, firstly in this article about the diamond trade; and elsewhere, she’s pictured wearing pearl earrings at a press conference in 1956. Thanks to Fraser Penney
Thu, 18 May 2017
Sergeant Pepper (and Marilyn) at 50
This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, one of the most influential pop albums ever made. The cover – a collage by artist Peter Blake – features the Fab Four lining up alongside more than sixty of the last century’s most iconic figures. Marilyn is there, as … Continue reading Sergeant Pepper (and Marilyn) at 50 →
Tue, 16 May 2017
Marilyn Brings â€˜Glamourâ€™ to Paris
All About Eve and Some Like It Hot are among the 53 films selected Â for this month’s ‘Glamour’ season at the Forum Des Images in Paris. (Although the striking poster art features Marilyn in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, the 1953 musical comedy is not included – which is a pity, as it is partly set … Continue reading Marilyn Brings ‘Glamour’ to Paris →