“I knew I belonged to the public and the world, not because I was talented or even beautiful, but because I had never belonged to anything or anyone else.” It’s fair to say that tragedy and beauty are rarely combined as impressive as the were in Marilyn Monroe. Just six weeks before she dies in 1962 under mysterious circumstances, Marilyn Monroe spends three days at the Bel-Air Hotel in Miami, for a Vogue Magazine photo shoot with Bert Stern - one of the best portrait photographers from the US. In this wonderful Limited Edition, Sterns photos are combined with Norman Mailer’s biography about Monroe. A symbolic 1962 numbers were printed, each signed by Bert Stern. The two art editions are completely sold out. But the good news is that the regular version is available for €50.00.
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