31 mai 2022

Elle - 19/05/2022

2022-05-19-ELLE-france  Elle
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pays: France
semaine du 19 mai 2022
En couverture: Isabelle Adjani se met dans la peau de Marilyn Monroe façon "Last Sitting" de Bert Stern

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Isabelle Adjani dans Elle - 19/05/2022

2022-05-19-ELLE-france Elle
n°3987

pays: France
semaine du 19 mai 2022
En couverture: Isabelle Adjani se met dans la peau de Marilyn Monroe façon "Last Sitting" de Bert Stern

> sur le blog le magazine Elle - 19/05/2022


Isabelle Adjani : « À Cannes, on vous place entre blondasses et bombasses »
> en ligne sur  elle.fr

Sur scène, elle dialogue avec Marilyn, à Cannes, elle défendra les films de François Ozon et de Nicolas Bedos. Et, comme à chaque fois, Isabelle Adjani se réinvente jusqu’au vertige. Pour nous, elle rejoue la mythique séance photo signée Bert Stern, en 1962, et se confie le temps d’une rencontre, forcément intense. 

Il y a des rencontres qui tiennent de la magie, des correspondances secrètes… Quand Isabelle Adjani rend hommage à Marilyn Monroe en une de ELLE, l’alchimie est si forte, si évidente, si naturelle qu’aucune retouche n’est nécessaire. Comme si deux copines se retrouvaient en cachette. Isabelle et Norma Jeane, c’est une longue histoire de mots croisés que la première évoque dans un extraordinaire seule en scène, en tournée cet été : « Le Vertige Marilyn ». Mais avant cela, il y a Cannes, le Festival, un autre vertige. Et deux films très différents : celui de François Ozon, « Peter von Kant », hommage à Fassbinder. Et celui de Nicolas Bedos, « Mascarade », « un collier de petits cauchemars de jeunesse », comme il aime à le définir. Dans chacun, Isabelle se joue du cliché de la diva divine et dévorante… et gagne ! Car Isabelle déjoue, aussi. Avec le même sérieux, ce désir de bien faire, ce côté « bon petit soldat » que l’on prêtait à Marilyn, elle répond d’abord à une première salve de questions par mail. Puis, une fois ce travail méticuleux accompli, tard dans la nuit, elle propose de nous retrouver pour un café. Casquette de gavroche, lunettes fumées, « crème » et croissant matinal à portée de main, elle est craquante (et insomniaque ?). 
Mélange d’impertinence nonchalante et de profondeur. Chaque phrase est une piste sur le chemin de la liberté. Et quand elle convoque Cocteau pour parler de femme « interrompue », la formule nous reste longtemps en tête. Adjani est une cérébrale, on ne se refait pas, aimantée par une bonne étoile.

Elle – Vous posez pour nous en Marilyn Monroe: pourquoi ce choix et qu'est-ce qui vous rassemble, toutes les deux ?
Isabelle Adjani – Oh là, là ! Je ne pose pas en Marilyn Monroe, c'est Madonna ou Kim Kardashian qui prennent la pose, non ? [Rires] Moi, je me pose là, en tendre admiratrice, à la veille de l'anniversaire des 60 ans de sa mort. Sur le tournage de "Tout feu tout flamme", de Jean-Paul Rappeneau, avant chaque scène, Yves Montand me serinait que je lui faisais penser à Marilyn ! J'étais très pudique et tout sauf peroxudée, alors je ne comprenais rien à ce qu'il voulait me dire. Je voyais qu'il était ému, mais à l'époque j'ai dû me raconter qu'il se servait de son "aura Marilyn" comme piège à filles ! [Rires] Plus tard, lors d'un shooting pour le magazine "Egoïste", le grand Richard Avedon m'avait mis à même le corps, sur les épaules, la veste en mouton retourné qui avait appartenu à Marilyn et dans laquelle il l'avait photographiée. Mon premier contact physique et mystique avec elle, c'était ça, presque peau à peau... Aujourd'hui, c'est cette longue robe Dior photographiée en 1962 par un autre grand, Bert Stern, et dont je porte la copie conforme à mon tour sur la scène du "Vertige Marilyn", texte d'Olivier Steiner, qui tient du dialogue rêvé entre elle et moi et du poème théâtral. Il imagine qu'il y a eu entre nous, au cours des années, des points de contact, comme des frôlements, des synchronicités, des chuchotements qui auraient fini par tracer un chemin invisible, un lien de sororité, dans mon existence. Et puis, Marilyn n'est jamais allée à Cannes, la Croisette n'a pas eu la chance d'avoir miss Monroe, alors quand ELLE m'a proposé cette série avec Jan Welters pour un spécial Cannes, on a tout de suite eu envie de ce clin d'oeil à l'inoubliable shooting culte de Bert Stern, et ainsi de l'emmener faire un tour au Festival, histoire aussi de me sentir moins seule.
 
Autre hommage à Marilyn sur ces photos, vous portez des bijoux en mode "Diamonds are a Girl's best friend"...
Oui, il s'agit de la marque Courbet, qui s'est donné pour mission de réinventer la joaillerie en respectant l'environnement. J'ai été touchée au coeur par leur procédé de création de diamants, en laboratoire de haute technologie, parce que ce sont de véritables diamants aux mêmes qualités précieuses de pureté et de transparence que ceux extraits des entraielles de la terre, de ces monstrueux cratères qui bousillent l'environnement. Marilyn aurait adoré les avoir comme amis, elle qui aimait la nature. C'est mon instinct.

Quand on pense à Marilyn Monroe, on pense star, sex-symbol, mais aussi solitude, failles de l'enfance, viol de l'intimité... Est-ce que cela vous parle ? Avez-vous parfois l'impression d'être une survivante, d'avoir survécu à ce métier ?
Chez toutes les actrices dont je me sens proche, les failes de l'enfance ont creusé un désir profond, un besoin vital d'être autre. Passer de survivante à "revivante", je crois que c'est ce qu'elles font, c'est ce que j'ai fait, c'est ce qu'a fait Norma Jeane en créant Marilyn Monroe. Les épreuves ne sont pas évitées, mais je crois, moi, en une étoile qui veille et qui permet d'avancer dans la nuit noire. Une étoile faite d'amour, d'esprit, de sang, du big bang de notre naissance. Et même morte, sa lumière continue de voyager et de nous parvenir.

Qu'est-ce qui l'a tuée, selon vous ?
Arthur Miller ? Les lavements aux barbituriques ? Robert Kennedy ? La mort ! Ce qui a tué Marilyn ? La mort. Pour vivre de tout son être, Marilyn elle-même a construit la légende qu'elle est devenue, puis, comme le disait Pasolini, elle s'est "abandonnée à son destin de mort".

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Traduction de l'article et de l'interview - in english:

Isabelle Adjani: “In Cannes, you are placed between blondes and hotties”

On stage, she dialogues with Marilyn, in Cannes, she will defend the films of François Ozon and Nicolas Bedos. And, as always, Isabelle Adjani reinvents herself to the point of vertigo. For us, she replays the mythical photo shoot signed Bert Stern, in 1962, and confides in the time of a meeting, necessarily intense.

There are encounters that take on magic, secret correspondence… When Isabelle Adjani pays homage to Marilyn Monroe on cover of ELLE, the alchemy is so strong, so obvious, so natural that no photo editing is necessary. As if two girlfriends were meeting in secret. Isabelle and Norma Jeane, it's a long story of crosswords that the first evokes in an extraordinary single on stage, on tour this summer: "Le Vertige Marilyn". But before that, there is Cannes, the Festival, another vertigo. And two very different films: that of François Ozon, “Peter von Kant”, a tribute to Fassbinder. And that of Nicolas Bedos, "Mascarade", "a necklace of little nightmares of youth", as he likes to define it. In each, Isabelle plays with the cliché of the divine and devouring diva... and wins! Because Isabelle thwarts, too. With the same seriousness, this desire to do well, this "good little soldier" side that we attributed to Marilyn, she first answers a first round of questions by email. Then, once this meticulous work is done, late at night, she offers to meet us for a coffee. Newsboy cap, sunglasses, "cream" and a morning croissant at hand, she is adorable (and insomniac?).
Mixture of nonchalant impertinence and depth. Each sentence is a track on the way to freedom. And when she summons Cocteau to speak of an “interrupted” woman, the formula remains in our minds for a long time. Adjani is cerebral, you can't get over it, magnetized by a lucky star.

Elle – You pose for us as Marilyn Monroe: why this choice and what unites you two?
Isabelle Adjani – Oh dear! I'm not posing as Marilyn Monroe, it's Madonna or Kim Kardashian posing, right? [Laughs] I sit there, as a tender admirer, on the eve of the 60th anniversary of his death. On the set of Jean-Paul Rappeneau's "Tout feu tout flamme", before each scene, Yves Montand told me that I reminded him of Marilyn! I was very modest and anything but peroxide, so I didn't understand what he wanted to tell me. I could see that he was moved, but at the time I had to tell myself that he was using his "Marilyn aura" as a girl trap! [Laughs] Later, during a shoot for the magazine "Egoïste", the great Richard Avedon had put on my body, on my shoulders, the shearling jacket that had belonged to Marilyn and in which he had photographed her. My first physical and mystical contact with her was that, almost skin to skin... Today, it's this long Dior dress photographed in 1962 by another great, Bert Stern, and of which I'm wearing an exact copy my turn on the stage of "Vertige Marilyn", a text by Olivier Steiner, which is a dream dialogue between her and me and a theatrical poem. He imagines that there have been points of contact between us over the years, such as brushings, synchronicities, whispers that would have ended up tracing an invisible path, a bond of sisterhood, in my existence. And then, Marilyn never went to Cannes, the Croisette didn't have the chance to have Miss Monroe, so when ELLE offered me this series with Jan Welters for a Cannes special, we immediately had want this nod to Bert Stern's unforgettable cult shoot, and thus take him for a ride to the Festival, also to make me feel less alone.

Another tribute to Marilyn in these photos, you are wearing jewels in "Diamonds are a Girl's best friend" style...
Yes, it's the Courbet brand, which has made it its mission to reinvent jewelry while respecting the environment. I was touched to the heart by their process of creating diamonds, in a high-tech laboratory, because they are real diamonds with the same precious qualities of purity and transparency as those extracted from the entraielles of the earth, from these monstrous craters that mess up the environment. Marilyn would have loved to have them as friends, she who loved nature. It's my instinct.

When we think of Marilyn Monroe, we think of star, sex symbol, but also loneliness, childhood flaws, violation of intimacy... Does that speak to you? Do you sometimes feel like a survivor, of having survived to this job?
In all the actresses I feel close to, the faults of childhood have dug a deep desire, a vital need to be different. Going from survivor to "reviving", I think that's what they do, that's what I did, that's what Norma Jeane did by creating Marilyn Monroe. Trials are not avoided, but I believe in a star that keeps watch and allows us to move forward in the dark night. A star made of love, of spirit, of blood, of the big bang of our birth. And even dead, her light continues to travel and reach us.

What do you think killed her?
Arthur Miller? Barbiturate enemas? Robert Kennedy? The death ! What killed Marilyn? The death. To live with all her being, Marilyn herself built the legend she became, then, as Pasolini said, she "surrendered to her destiny of death".

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Séance photos

Photographe ©Jan Welters
Mise en beauté Dior par Maria Olsson.
Coupe et coiffure Cédric Chami avec les produits Davines.
Stylisme déco Samantha Marchesani.

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27 mai 2022

Le Parisien / Aujourd'hui en France Week-End 27/05/2022

Le Parisien Week-End
Aujourd'hui en France Week-End
n°527

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pays: France
parution le vendredi 27 mai 2022
Le supplément magazine vendu avec l'édition du journal le vendredi
En couverture: Marilyn Monroe


«Elle se servait de son corps comme d’une arme» : les derniers clichés de Marilyn racontés par son photographe
> en ligne sur  leparisien.fr

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«Je savais que la piscine pourrait donner de belles photos, aussi mémorables que celles de Marilyn avec sa robe blanche qui se soulève», se souvient Lawrence Schiller. Lawrence Schiller/Courtesy TASCHEN and Steven Kasher Gallery 

Lawrence Schiller est, à 85 ans, un vieux briscard de Hollywood qui fut tour à tour photographe, cinéaste, producteur, écrivain… Mais, en avril 1960, alors qu’il gare son break sur les parkings de la 20th Century Fox, à Los Angeles, il n’est encore qu’un jeune photographe autodidacte. Heureusement que ce fils d’un commerçant new-yorkais est fougueux et ambitieux. Car le voilà qui s’apprête, à 23 ans, à braquer son objectif sur le sex-symbol qui fait fantasmer le monde entier : Marilyn Monroe. L’icône blonde tourne alors « Let’s Make Love » (« le Milliardaire », en français), de George Cukor, auprès d’Yves Montand.

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24 mai 2022

01/06/2022, Julien's: "Marilyn Monroe 96th Birthday Celebration" Online Auction

2022-06-01-JULIENS-MM_96th_Birthday_Celebration-Online_Only_Auction Vente aux enchères 'Marilyn Monroe 96th Birthday Celebration' jusqu'au 01er juin 2022 par JULIEN'S AUCTION uniquement en ligne sur le site de Julien's.

Auction 'Marilyn Monroe 96th Birthday Celebration' until June 01, 2022 by JULIEN'S AUCTION only online on Julien's website.

La vente aux enchères est consacrée entièrement à Marilyn Monroe, à l'occasion du 96ème anniversaire de sa naissance (au 01er juin) et présente 190 lots: essentiellement des photographies, et du merchandising (magazines, livres, sacs, disques, poupées...); les lots avec leur description sont en consultation libre sur julienslive.com
Pas de catalogue disponible - affiche de présentation ci-contre.

The auction is dedicated entirely to Marilyn Monroe, on the occasion of the 96th anniversary of her birth (June 01) and presents 190 lots: mainly photographs, and merchandising (magazines, books, bags, discs, dolls...); the lots with their description are available for free consultation on julienslive.com
No catalog available - presentation poster opposite.


Documents papiers


Lot 60: MARILYN MONROE 1955-1957 ODD SCRAPBOOK COMPILED BY HER HAIRDRESSER/ASSISTANT PETER LEONARDI
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
A scrapbook filled with a handful of newspaper clippings that relate to Marilyn's onetime gofer, Peter Leonardi, who was hired by her company, Marilyn Monroe Productions, Inc., to assistant her while in NYC; the cover has a title hand-painted in white lettering which reads "Marilyn / & / Peter," and inside are about 15 articles from various publications, dated from 1955 to 1957, that Leonardi saved, outlining his short association with the star which ended on a bad note.
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Lot 62: MARILYN MONROE 1956 LIQUOR STORE RECEIPT
estimate: US $ 400 - 600 / starting: $25
A single sheet from Luria's Wine & Spirits shop on Madison Avenue in New York City, undated but circa 1956, listing the star's "2 Sutton Place South / N.Y.C. 8E" address and the booze she ordered, including some Courvoisier VSOP.
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Photographies


Lots 01-09 + 11 + 49 + 50 : PHOTOS BY ANDRE DE DIENES
estimate: US $ 50 - 100 - 200 - 300 / starting: $25
Lot 01-09: Black and White photos by Andre De Dienes

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Lot 11: 1992 Print signed by Shirley De Dienes
Lot 49: 1970 Print of Marilyn in Hotel Bel-Air
Lot 50: 1970 Print depicting Marilyn in the cosmos

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Lot 10: COLOR PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED BY JOSEPH JASGUR
estimate: US $ 200 - 300 / starting: $25
1987 print photo with handwritten annotation on verso "...Jeane Dougherty (Marilyn...) / was taken by me on March 18... / Joseph Jasgur"

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Lots 43-46 + 51-53 + 61: PHOTOS BY FRANK WORTH
estimate: US $ 100 - 200 - 300 - 500 / starting: $25
Lot 43: 1952 Marilyn with Ralph Edwards

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Lots 44 + 45:
1952 Cheesecake Marilyn
Lot 46
: 2000s print of 1952 Ray Anthony party

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Lot 51:  Limited Edition Photo 1953 by FRANK WORTH
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Lot 52:  Limited Edition Photo 1953 by FRANK WORTH 
Lot 53 : PRINT COLORIZED PHOTO BY FRANK WORTH
Lot 61: Color limited edition photo by FRANK WORTH

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Lots 65 + 66: Limited Edition Print "BLACK SITTING" by MILTON H. GREENE
estimate: US $ 400 - 600 / starting: $25
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 Lots 80-82: MARILYN MONROE PRINT BY BERT STERN FROM "AVANT GARDE" MAGAZINE
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / $ 100 - 200  / starting: $25
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Lots 85-90: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPHS + PRINTS BY BERT STERN
estimate: US $ 100 - 200 / $ 200 - 300  / starting: $25
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Lots 91-101 + 103-105: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPHS BY GEORGE BARRIS
estimate: US $ 100 - 200 / starting: $25
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Lots 69 + 111: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPHS BY CARL PERUTZ
estimate: US $ 100 - 200 / starting: $25
Lot 69: 1958 RARE BLACK AND WHITE CONTACT SHEET BY CARL PERUTZ
Lot 111: 1970S print by CARL PERUTZ
"The Hat Sitting" shot by noted Magnum photographer, Carl Perutz, in New York on June 16, 1958

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Lots 40-41 + 54 + 57 + 175 : PHOTOS PUBLIC MARILYN
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 50 - 100 / starting: $25
Lot 40: June 26,1952, Marilyn in court
Lot 41:
1952 Ray Anthony party

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Lot 54
: Korea, 1954, Fébruary

Lot 57: MM with Jerry Giesler (announce divorce from Joe DiMaggio in October, 1954)
Lot 175: A group of four 2000s era later prints with a glossy finish

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Lots 14-17 + 47 + 70 + 83-84 + 190: PHOTOS MARILYN'S FILMS
estimate: US $ 100 - 200 - 300 / starting: $25
Lot 14-17: PHOTOS FROM "THE ASPHALT JUNGLE"

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Lot 47: 1953 PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH FROM "GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES"

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Lot 70: 1960 FILM STILL PHOTOGRAPH FROM "LET'S MAKE LOVE"

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Lots 83-84: PHOTOGRAPHS "Something's Got to Give"
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Lot 190: 1961 PHOTO OF CO-STAR CLARK GABLE FROM "THE MISFITS" BY EVE ARNOLD
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Lot 56: 1954 ORIGINAL LOBBY CARD FROM "THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS"
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
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Magazines


Lot 12: MARILYN MONROE 1940S MAGAZINE
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
Lot 12: "GLAMOROUS MODELS" December 1949

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Lots 18-20 + 22-23 + 37-38 + 48 + 55 + 63 + 67: MARILYN MONROE 1950S MAGAZINES
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
Lot 18: 3 "FOCUS" September 1952, January 1955, and November 1955.
Lot 19: 4 MINI MAGAZINES Behind the Scene (July 1955); Picture Week (February 1955); Sensation (January 1954); and Show (March 1953).
Lot 20: 2 "PICTUREGOER" August 9, 1952 and November 17, 1956.

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Lot 22: 2 "TEMPO" March 18, 1954 and November 1, 1955
Lot 23: 3 "VUE" August 1952, January 1955, and August 1955.
Lot 37: 1952 MAGAZINES x 5: Movie Pix (October); Movieland (July); Screen Fan (December); Screenland (August); Sir! (December).

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Lot 38: 1952 "PEOPLE TODAY" (June 18 and December 3)
Lot 48: 1953 MAGAZINES x8: Cheesecake (circa January); Esquire (July); Motion Picture and Television Magazine (November); Movie Stars Parade (October); Movies (Februrary); New Liberty (March); Redbook (March); See (November).
Lot 55: 1954 MAGAZINES x5: Art Photography (October); Collier’s (July); Movie Time (November); Movieland (November); Movies (June).

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Lot 58: 1955 mini magazine 65 pages dedicated to  Marilyn: "THE MARILYN MONROE STORY"

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Lot 63: 4 MAGAZINES 1956: Collier’s (August); Modern Man (June); Rave (August); The Saturday Evening Post (May).

Lot 67: 1957 august True Strange Incredible Weird and Factual cover + article 7 pages
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Lot 24 - 32: MARILYN MONROE 1950S-1960S MAGAZINES LOTS
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
Lot 24: 4 "CONFIDENTIAL" September 1955; November 1956; May 1957; November 1960.
Lot 25: 3 "COSMOPOLITIAN" May 1953, October 1956, and December 1960.
Lot 26: FOREIGN 6 MAGAZINES: Billed Bladet (May 1953, Danish); Billed Bladet (November 1952, Danish); Buenhogar (September 1969, Spanish); Ecran (1957, Spanish); Stern (December 1960, German); Vea y Lea (September 1960, Spanish).

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Lot 27: 4 "INSIDE STORY": October 1956; April 1958; May 1959; and July 1960.
Lot 28: 3 mags: Behind the Scene (July 1957); Behind the Scene (November 1957); Jerry Giesler's Hollywood (1962).
Lot 29: 4 mags not on cover: Cover Girls Models (March 1953); Movieland and TV Time (October 1960); Photoplay (October 1953); Photoplay (January 1955).

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Lot 30: 4 mini magazines: Films in Review (October 1962); Ladies Home Companion (January 1965); Picture Scope (May 1955); Why (June 1953)
Lot 31 : 7 "MODERN SCREEN" : October 1953; March 1954; September 1954; October 1955; November 1956; December 1960; and November 1963

Lot 32: 6 "THE NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE": February 1955; March 1956; November 1956; October 1960; May 1961; and October 1962
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Lots 79 + 109: MARILYN MONROE 1960S MAGAZINES
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
Lot 79: 1962-1963 with 4 POSTHUMOUS MAGAZINES: Marilyn (1962); Marilyn's Life Story (1962); Parade (March 1963); Photoplay (June 1963).
Lot 109: "AVANT-GARDE" , n°2, 03/1968 cover + 13 pages

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Lot 112: MARILYN MONROE 1970S MAGAZINES
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
Lot 112:  3 mags: Ladies Home Journal (07/1973); Photoplay (09/1975); Screen Greats Series: Marilyn (1971).

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Lot 107 + 116 + 117: MARILYN MONROE VARIOUS MAGAZINES LOTS
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
Lot 107: "LIFE" MAGAZINES from August 7, 1964 and September 8, 1972.
Lot 116:  1970S-1990S NEWSMAGAZINES 3: 1/Time (July 1973); Newsweek (October 1972), and Newsweek (March 1999).

Lot 117: 1970s-2000s FRENCH MAGAZINES 11 titles: Elle (July 1956); Elle (April 1988); Jours de France (November 1960); Lectures d’Aujourd’hui (May 1958); Marie-Claire (January 1965); Nous Deux (July 2001); Paris Match (February 1959); Paris Match (July 1953); Paris Match (July 1956); Photo (November 1974); and Tele Programme Magazine (October 1957).
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Lot 125: MARILYN MONROE 1980 TAWDRY "CELEBRITY SKIN" MAGAZINE
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
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Lots 186 - 189: MARILYN MONROE EARLY 1980S / 1990S MAGAZINES LOTS
each lot: estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
lot 186 - 12 magazines of 1980s: After Dark (September 1981); The Faces of Marilyn (Circa 1985); Marilyn: The Complete Story (Circa 1982); The Movie (1980); The Newsday Magazine (August 1982); New York Sunday News Magazine (August 1982); Nostalgia World (1983); The Photo (1982); Sunday (1982); Sunday Express Magazine (December 1983); Today's Photographer (1982); and Unsolved (1984).
lot 187 - 10 magazines of 1990s: American Movie Classics (December 1990); American Photo (March/April 1995); The Australian Magazine (November 1991); The Australian Women's Weekly (April 1993); Entertainment Weekly (August 1992); Palm Springs Life (June 1993); The Sharper Image Catalog (June 1992); Sunday Express Magazine (July 1992); Sunday News of the World Magazine (May 1991); and Woman's World (December 1991).
lot 188 - 9 magazines of 1980s: American Heritage (February 1989); Bombshells (1989); Hollywood Studio Magazine Then and Now (August 1987); Hollywood Studio Magazine Then and Now (August 1989); Idols (September 1988); Idols (April 1989); People (October 1985); Picture Week (October 1985); and You Magazine (July 1987).
lot 189 - 7 magazines of 1990s: Cineaction Performance (July 1997); Collecting (December 1997); Harpers (October 1999); People (August 1999); Saturday Night (September 1996); Worth (October 1997); and You (April 1995).

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Lots 176 + 179 + 181: MARILYN MONROE 2000S MAGAZINES
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 50-100 / starting: $25
Lot 176: 2 magazines: The Sunday Times Magazine (July 2002); and Where New York (September 2000).
Lot 179: 2 issues 2001 (12-18 May) "Tv Guide"

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Lot 181: 2007 Limited Edition German "Fotographie" signed by "Bert Stern / 2011"  
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Lot 34: 1950S-1990S PRESS CLIPPINGS
each lot: estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25

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Livres


Lots 21 + 59 + 64 : MARILYN MONROE BOOKS 1950s
each lot: estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 50 - 100 / starting: $25
Lot 21 : 2 rare danish books: 1/"An American Success Story of Marilyn Monroe [En Amerikansk Sukces Historien Om Marilyn Monroe]," by Kai Berg Madsen, published by Illustrations Forlaget circa 1953, 32 pages; 2/ "Marilyn Monroe" by Mogens Fønss, published by Samlerens Forlag in 1958, 56 pages

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Lot 59: 1955 rare 2 books: 1/"The Seven Year Itch," published by Bantam Books in 1955, by George Axelrod; 2/ "Marilyn Monroe as The Girl," published by Ballantine Books in 1955, by Sam Shaw

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Lot 64: 1956 small book 96 pages "BUS STOP"
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Lots 75 + 77 + 78 + 106 : MARILYN MONROE BOOKS 1960s
each lot: estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 50 - 100 / starting: $25
Lot 75: 1961 book 223 pages "THE MISFITS" BY ARTHUR MILLER

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Lot 77: 1962 automn, rare book "EROS" FEATURING IMAGES BY BERT STERN"

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Lot 78: 1962 SORDID LITTLE BOOK "VIOLATIONS OF THE CHILD MARILYN MONROE" by "Her Psychiatrist-Friend"

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Lot 106: 1963 BOOK "THE STORY OF THE MISFITS" BY JAMES GOODE
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Lots 71 + 72: MARILYN MONROE BOOKS 1960S-2000S
estimate: US $ 50 - 100 / starting: $25
Lot 71: 1960S-1970S 4 books: 1) "Marilyn: An Untold Story," 1973, by Norman Rosten; 2) "Marilyn: The Last Months," 1975, by Eunice Murray with Rose Shade; 3) "Who Killed Marilyn and Did the Kennedys Know?," 1976, by Tony Sciacca; and 4) "The Mysterious Death of Marilyn Monroe," 1968, by James A. Hudson
Lot 72
: 1960S-1970S books 4 biographies: 1) "Conversations with Marilyn," 1976, by W.J. Weatherby; 2) "Marilyn Monroe: A Composite View," 1969, by Edward Wagenknecht; 3) "My Story," 1974, by Marilyn Monroe; and 4) "The Pictorial Tresury of Film Stars: Marilyn Monroe," 1973, by Joan Mellen.

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Lots 73 + 74: MARILYN MONROE BOOKS 1960S-2000S
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 200 -300 / starting: $25
Lot 73: 38 fantasists books: 1) Africa and the Marriage of Walt Whitman and Marilyn Monroe; 2) All the Available Light: A Marilyn Monroe Reader; 3) Anyone Can See I Love You; 4) Bogart '48; 5) Collins English Library: Marilyn Monroe; 6) The Films of Marilyn Monroe; 7) Goddess; 8) The Immortal Marilyn: The Depiction of an Icon; 9) Impossibly Blonde; 10) Inside Marilyn Monroe; 11) Marilyn & Joe DiMaggio; 12) The Marilyn Conspiracy; 13) The Marilyn Diaries; 14) The Marilyn Files (signed by author/fantasist Robert F. Slatzer); 15) Marilyn Lives!; 16) Marilyn Monroe Alive in 1984?; 17) Marilyn Monroe and Other Poems; 18) Marilyn Monroe in Hollywood; 19) Marilyn Monroe: In Her Own Words; 20) Marilyn Monroe: In Her Own Words (2nd copy); 21) Marilyn Monroe: Murder by Consent; 22) Marilyn Monroe: Murder Cover-Up; 23) Marilyn Monroe: Norma Jeane's Dream; 24) Marilyn Monroe: Photographs 1945-1962; 25) Marilyn Monroe: The Biography; 26) Marilyn Monroe: The FBI Files; 27) Marilyn, Norma Jean and Me; 28) Marilyn: The Last Take; 29) The Mmm Girl; 30) Mondo Marilyn: An Anthology of Fiction and Poetry; 31) Movie Icons: Monroe; 32) The Murder of Marilyn Monroe; 33) My Sex is Ice Cream: The Marilyn Monroe Poems; 34) Pocket Biographies: Marilyn Monroe; 35) The Pocket Essential: Marilyn Monroe; 36) Skouras: King of Fox Studios; 37) Some Like It Hot: Original Movie Script; 38) UFOs and the Murder of Marilyn Monroe
Lot 74: 9 medium sized book: 1) Blonde Heat: The Sizzling Screen Career of Marilyn Monroe, 2001, by Richard Buskin; 2) The Films of Marilyn Monroe, 1964, by Michael Conway and Mark Ricci; (dust jacket missing) 3) Forever Marilyn, 1992, by Marie Cahill; 4) The Marilyn Encyclopedia, 1999, by Adam Victor; 5) Marilyn in Her Own Words, 1991, by Neil Grant; 6) Marilyn Monroe: A Never-Ending Dream, 1983, by Guus Luijters; 7) Marilyn on Location, 1989, by Bart Mills; 8) Marilyn, 1989, by Neil Sinyard; 9) The Screen Greats: Marilyn Monroe, 1982, Tom Hutchinson.

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Lots 113 + 115 + 118 + 120 & 123-124: MARILYN MONROE BOOKS 1970s-2000s
each lot: estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 50 - 100 / starting: $25
Lot 113: 1970S-1980S BOOKS BY HER FRIENDS: 1/"The Joy of Marilyn," 1979, by Sam Shaw; 2/ "Marilyn Among Friends," 1988, by Sam Shaw and Norman Rosten.
Lot 115: 1970S-1990S BY PEOPLE WHO PROBABLY DID NOT KNOW HER BUT CLAIMED TO HAVE KNOWN HER: 1) "Diary of a Lover of Marilyn Monroe," 1977, by Hans Jørgen Lembourn; 2) "I Remember Marilyn," 1995, by Peter Collins; 3) "Norma Jean: My Secret Life with Marilyn Monroe;" 1989, by Ted Jordan (signed by him); and 4) "The Prince, The Showgirl and Me: Six Months on the Set with Marilyn and Olivier," 1995, by Colin Clark

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Lot 118: 1970S-2000S SMALLISH 12 BOOKS:  1) Marilyn; 2) Marilyn Monroe; 3) Marilyn Monroe; 4) Marilyn Monroe: Book of 30 Postcards; 5) Marilyn Monroe: Hometown Girl; 6) Marilyn Monroe: Quotes/Trivia; 7) Marilyn Monroe: The Sad, Tragic Story of the Sweater Girl Who Had Everything Except Happiness; 8) Marilyn: A Postcard Book; 9) Marilyn's Addresses; 10) Mysterious Deaths: Marilyn Monroe; 11) The Some Like it Hot Cookbook; and 12) They Died Too Young: Marilyn Monroe.
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Lot 120
: 1973 & 1990 PAPERBACK BOOKLETS: 1/"Marilyn Monroe: Her Own Story" by George Carpozi, Jr., 112 pages 1973; 2/"Marilyn Monroe: In Her Own Words" by Guus Luijters, 128 pages, 1990 
Lot 121
: 1973 book of 271 pages "MARILYN" BY NORMAN MAILER

Lot 123:
Books by people who knew and/or met her; 1/ "Marilyn Monroe Confidential," 1979, by Lena Pepitone and Willaim Stadiem [Pepitone was MM's NYC maid]; 2/ "Legend: The Life and Death of Marilyn Monroe," 1984, by Fred Lawrence Guiles [he met her once or twice].
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Lot 124: 1980 Book "Of Women and their elegance" by Norman Mailer and Milton H Greene
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Lots 33 + 129-136: MARILYN MONROE BOOKS LOTS
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 100 - 200 / starting: $25
Lot 33: 1950S-1961 rare 5 books: 1) "Bus Stop," published by Bantam Books in 1956, by William Inge; 2) "Marilyn Monroe: Her Own Story," published by Belmont Books in 1961, by George Carpozi, Jr.; 3) "The Prince and the Show Girl," published by Signet Books in 1957, by Terence Rattigan; 4) "Some Like It Hot," published by Signet Books in 1959, by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond; and 5) "Let's Make Love," published by Bantam Books in 1960, by Matthew Andrews.
Lot 129: 1980S OVERSIZED COLLECTIBLE 'POSTER BOOKS' 1986 and in 1989; both feature 20 "tear out posters" along with text.
Lot 130: 1980S RARE JAPANESE PAPERBACK BOOKS : 1/ book of 144 pages "Marilyn Monroe: An Appreciate" by Eve Arnold, 1987; 2/ book of 235 pages "Marilyn," unknown author circa 1985

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Lot 131: 1980S-1990S BOOKS BY PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO ACTUALLY KNEW HER:  1) Bernard of Hollywood's Marilyn, 1993, by Susan Bernard; 2) Falling for Marilyn: The Lost Niagara Collection, 1996, by Jock Carroll; 3) Finding Marilyn: A Romance by David Conover, the Photographer Who Discovered Marilyn Monroe, 1981, by David Conover; 4) The Last Sitting, 1982, by Bert Stern; and 5) Marilyn Monroe: An Appreciation, 1987, by Eve Arnold
Lot 132: 1980S-2000S LARGE SIZED BIOGRAPHIES/BOOKS:  1) Crypt 33: The Saga of Marilyn Monroe: The Final Word, 1993, by Adela Gregory (signed by her) and Milo Speriglio; 2) Goddess: The Secret Lives of Marilyn Monroe, 1985, by Anthony Summers; 3) The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe, 1998, by Donald H. Wolfe; 4) Marilyn Revealed, 2009, by Ted Schwarz; 5) The Marilyn Scandal, 1987, by Sandra Shevey; 6) Marilyn: The Last Take, 1992, by Peter Harry Brown and Patte B. Barham (signed by both); and 7) The Men Who Murdered Marilyn, 1996, by Matthew Smith
Lot 133: 1980S-2000S 'LARGE SIZED' BOOKS:  1) The Films of Marilyn Monroe, 1992, by Richard Buskin (signed by him); 2) Marilyn, 1993, by Kathy Rooks-Denes; 3) The Marilyn Album, 1991, by Nicki Giles; 4) Marilyn: A Hollywood Life, 1989, by Ann Lloyd; 5) Marilyn at Twentieth Century Fox, 1987, by Lawrence Crown; 6) Marilyn: Her Life & Legend, 1990, by Susan Doll; 7) Marilyn Monroe, 1983, by Janice Anderson; 8) Marilyn Monroe: A Life in Pictures, 2007, by Anne Verlhac and David Thomson; and 9) Marilyn Monroe: Photographs Selected from the Files of the United Press International/Bettmann, 1990, by Roger Baker.
Lot 134: 1980S-2000S 'MEDIUM SIZED' BIOGRAPHIES/BOOKS:  1) Fragments: Poems, Intimate Notes, Letters by Marilyn Monroe, 2010, by Stanley Buchthal and Bernard Comment; 2) Marilyn Monroe: Private and Undisclosed, 2007, by Michelle Morgan; 3) Marilyn on Marilyn, 1983, by Roger Taylor; 4) MM-Personal: From the Private Archive of Marilyn Monroe, 2011, by Lois Banner (signed by her); 5) The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, 2009, by J. Randy Taraborrelli; and 6) The Unabridged Marilyn: Her Life from A to Z, 1987, by Randall Riese and Neal Hitchens
Lot 135: 1980S-2000S 'NOVELS/WORKS OF FICTION' BOOKS: 1) Atomic Candy; 2) Candle in the Wind; 3) Demon; 4) Dying to Be Marilyn; 5) The Elvis and Marilyn Affair; 6) I, JFK; 7) The Immortals; 8) Lovesick; 9) Marilyn: Shades of Blonde; 10) The Marilyn Tapes; 11) Marilyn's Daughter; 12) MMII: The Return of Marilyn Monroe; 13) Moviola; 14) Queen of Desire; 15) The Secret Letters of Marilyn Monroe and Jacqueline Kennedy; 16) The Symbol; and 17) Who Killed Marilyn Monroe?
Lot 136: 1980S-2000S 'SMALL SIZED' BIOGRAPHIES/BOOKS: 1) American Monroe: The Making of a Body Politic, 1995, by S. Paige Baty (no dust jacket); 2) Joe & Marilyn: A Memory of Love, 1986, by Roger Kahn; 3) Marilyn Monroe, 1987, by Graham McCann; 4) Marilyn Monroe: A Life of the Actress, 1986, by Carl E. Rollyson, Jr.; 5) My Story: Marilyn Monroe, 2000, by Andrea Dworkin; and 6) Why Norma Jean Killed Marilyn Monroe, 1992, by Lucy Freeman.

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Lots 137 - 149: MARILYN MONROE BOOKS 1980s-1990s
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 100- 200 / starting: $25
lot 137: 1982 book "MONROE: HER LIFE IN PICTURES" signed by James Spada and Douglas Kirkland
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lot 138: 1982 french book 143 pages "MARILYN CHÉRIE" by Michael Del Mar
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lot 139: 1984 book "MARILYN IN ART" by Roger G Taylor
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lot 140: 1984 book "MARILYN MONROE" by Janice Anderson
lots 141 + 143: 1986 book 155 pages "MARILYN MON AMOUR" by Andre De Dienes
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lot 142: 1986 book "MARILYN: NORMA JEANE" signed by Gloria Steinem and George Barris
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lot 144: 1989 book "MARILYN MONROE AND THE CAMERA" by Lothar Schirmer
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lot 145: 1991 book "MARILYN: THE ULTIMATE LOOK AT THE LEGEND" signed by James Haspiel
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lot 146: 1991 book "THE BIRTH OF MARILYN: THE LOST PHOTOGRAPHS OF NORMA JEAN BY JOSEPH JASGUR" signed by Joseph Jasgur
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lot 147: 1991 graphic novel "SON OF CELLULOID" signed by Clive Barker
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lot 148: 1992 book 282 pages "MARILYN AND ME: SISTERS, RIVALS, FRIENDS" by Susan Strasberg
lot 149: 1992 massive book "BERT STERN MARILYN MONROE: THE COMPLETE LAST SITTING 2571 PHOTOGRAPHS" signed by Bert Stern

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 Lots 151 + 154 - 156 + lot 158: MARILYN MONROE BOOKS 1990s
each lot: estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / 50 - 100 / starting: $25
Lot 151: 1993 book "MARILYN MONROE: CANDLE IN THE WIND" BY ELTON JOHN & BERNIE TAUPIN

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Lot 154: 1994 book 219 pages "MILTON'S MARILYN" BY JAMES KOTSILIBAS-DAVIS AND JOSHUA GREENE
lot 155: 1994 book "MY SISTER MARILYN" SIGNED BY BERNIECE BAKER MIRACLE AND MONA RAE MIRACLE  signed "To Scot" by "Berniece" [MM's half-sister] and "Mona Rae" [MM's half-niece]

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lot 156: 1995 book "MARILYN: HER LIFE IN HER OWN WORDS" signed by George Barris
lot 158: 1996 limited edition book "MARILYN BY MOONLIGHT" signed by Jack Allen and Greg Schreiner

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Lot 160: 1997 RARE CATALOGUE/BOOK "ELVIS + MARILYN 2X IMMORTAL" BY GERI DEPAOLI AND WENDY MCDARIS
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
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Lot 165: 1998 RARE BOOKLET "MARILYN MONROE AND THE MAKING OF NIAGARA" BY GEORGE BAILEY
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
34 pages of black and white photographs of the star and text written by local Canadian man George Bailey about the time when Marilyn came to Niagara Falls to make her 1953 20th Century Fox film.

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Lot 173: 2000 BOOK "THE UNPUBLISHED MARILYN" BY JAMES HASPIEL
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
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Lot 180: 2005 BOOK "AN EVENING WITH MARILYN" SIGNED BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
estimate: US $ 50 - 100 / starting: $25 
book signed in black felt-tip ink on the title page "Douglas Kirkland."

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 Catalogues / Brochures


Lot 108: 1967 SUPER RARE PROGRAM FROM AN EXHIBT TITLED "HOMAGE TO MARILYN MONROE" AT THE SIDNEY JANIS GALLERY IN NYC
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 starting: $25
24 page pamphlet feat. works from a show related to the star created by artists such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Richard Avedon, Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist, Claes Oldenburg, Salvador Dalí, Robert Indiana, Willem de Kooning... (exhibit took place from December 6-30, 1967 and benefitted The Association for Mentally Ill Children in Manhattan, Inc.)

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Lot 110: 1969 ACADEMIC PAMPHLET AND 1988 'ZINE
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 starting: $25
2 pieces; 1/ a pamphlet "Hojas de Crítica" [Criticism Sheets], published by the Universidad de Mexico in April 1969; 2/ zine "Some Like It Hot," printed by the Marilyn Forever Worldwide Fan Club in February 1988.

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Lot 122: 1973 RARE BLACK AND WHITE MARKETING BROCHURE FOR A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT TITLED "MARILYN MONROE: THE LEGEND & THE TRUTH"
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 starting: $25
18,000 units of memorabilia at one exhibit in just 6 days in 1972

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 Lot 127: 1980S BROCHURE TITLED "EDWARD WESTON EDITIONS FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY"
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 starting: $25
 18-page pamphlet featuring George Barris and Bert Stern photographs (Edward Weston Galleries)

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Lot 150: 1992 RARE PROGRAM FROM THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF HER MEMORIAL
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
21 page booklet from the event designed by Rick Carl of the Marilyn Remembered fan club (with b&w photos of the star + the attendees of the event like Mamie Van Doren, Tom Ewell, Maurice Zolotow, Bebe Goddard, Evelyn Moriarty, Greg Schreiner [MR president] and T.R. Fogli [renowed MM memorabilia collector])

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 Lots 166 - 172: 1999 CHRISTIE'S AUCTION "THE PERSONAL PROPERTY OF MARILYN MONROE" STUFFS
each lot: estimate: US $ 25 - 50 - 100 / starting: $25
lot 166: BIDDER PADDLE being number 606
lot 167: 12 NEVER-USED JEWELRY LOT TAGS
lot 168: CATALOGUE
lot 169: 4 TICKETS
lot 170: 4 UNUSED LOT TAGS
lot 171: COLOR TRANSPARENCY OF THE 1962 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. PRESIDENT' DRESS used for various marketing and publicity purposes
lot 172: SUPER RARE MARKETING BOOK with 7 pages of photos + text (information about "The Tour" of some lots in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Buenos Aires, Singapore, and Tokyo)

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2022-06-01-Juliens-lot172a  2022-06-01-Juliens-lot172b 


 Lot 178: 2001 CATALOGUE FROM A SOTHEBY'S AUCTION TITLED "MARILYN ON-LINE AUCTION"
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25 
A small spiral-bound pamphlet depicting 15 lots that Berniece and Mona Miracle [MM's half-sister and half-niece] consigned to the venerable New York auction house for an online sale that took place from February 8th to March 1st, 2001.

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Lot 182: 2017 REAL ESTATE BROCHURE FOR THE SALE OF HER LAST HOME IN BRENTWOOD, CALIFORNIA
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
10 page color pamphlet showing numerous shots of the star's last home at 12305 5th Helena Drive in Brentwood, California when it was on the market in 2017; because this was Marilyn's infamous last home where she tragically died, only those who pre-qualified to buy a $6.9 million property were allowed inside to view it, including the current owner who has consigned it here.

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Musique + Disques


Lot 39: 1952 SHEET MUSIC FOR THE SONG "MARILYN"
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
A pamphlet of sheet music for the song written about the star by Ervin Drake and Jimmy Shirl, featuring a purplish-colored duo-tone image of the star on the cover next to band leader Ray Anthony who recorded the song, text on the left side reads in part "Inspired by / Marilyn Monroe / ...Currently Starring / ...in Niagara," copyright date noted on inside front cover reads "1952."
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Lot 114: 1970S-1980S RECORD ALBUMS
estimate: US$ 50 - 100 / starting: $25
2 LPs: 1/"Marilyn Monroe Legends" in 1976; 2/ "L'intramontabile Mito di Marilyn" [The Timeless Myth of Marilyn] in 1983; + a 'picture disc' 45 record of "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend/Lazy" in 1987.

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Lot 1191972 RARE RECORD ALBUM "REMEMBERING MARILYN" made to accompany the 1973 photo exhibit "Marilyn Monroe: The Legend & The Truth" - LP with 10-page booklet
estimate: US$ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
2022-06-01-Juliens-lot119a  2022-06-01-Juliens-lot119b 


Lot 183: MARILYN MONROE 2017 STILL SEALED RECORD ALBUM "THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH" - LP
estimate: US$ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
2022-06-01-Juliens-lot183a  2022-06-01-Juliens-lot183b  


Merchandising divers


Lot 35: 1950S-ERA COLLECTIBLE PLAYING CARDS IN THEIR ORIGINAL BOX
estimate: US $ 50 - 100  / starting: $25
A set of two decks of playing cards featuring Marilyn's famous 'nude calendar' poses, 'Golden Dreams' and 'A New Wrinkle
2022-06-01-Juliens-lot035   


Lot 36: 1950S-ERA 3 NUDE CALENDAR AND PRINTS
estimate: US $ 200 - 300  / starting: $25
1954 calendar with Marilyn in the 'Golden Dreams' pose + 2 salesman sample prints also featuring the 'Golden Dreams' pose, though one has the black lace overlay and titled "The Lure of Lace."
2022-06-01-Juliens-lot036  2022-06-01-Juliens-lot036b  2022-06-01-Juliens-lot036c 


Lots 13 + 76: MARILYN MONROE POSTERS
estimate: US $ 25 - 50  / starting: $25
Lot 13: 1991 'NUDE CALENDAR' COLOR POSTER BY TOM KELLEY (famous pose called 'A New Wrinkle' shot in 1949)
Lot 76: 1961-1987 MUTED COLOR POSTER BY DOUG KIRKLAND
2022-06-01-Juliens-lot013  2022-06-01-Juliens-lot076 


Lot 128: MARILYN MONROE 1980S LIMITED EDITION PRINT - Goodwin
estimate: US $ 50 - 100  / starting: $25
2022-06-01-Juliens-lot128 


Lot 152: ANITA PAGE 1993 STATUETTE
estimate: US $ 25  / starting: $25
A plaster statuette depicting the 1930s-era star painted in shades of gray and bronze; back is signed "S.L." and further stamped "S.O.L. 93;" the young Norma Jeane likely would have been aware of and/or influenced by this beautiful Hollywood blonde who looks particularly Harlowesque in this work.

2022-06-01-Juliens-lot152a  2022-06-01-Juliens-lot152b 


Lot 153: MARILYN MONROE 1994 BEACH TOWEL
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25 
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 Lot 157: MARILYN MONROE 1995 FIRST DAY OF ISSUE USPS 32-CENT STAMPS ON A SPECIAL POSTMARKED ENVELOPE
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
2022-06-01-Juliens-lot157a  2022-06-01-Juliens-lot157b   


Lot 159 + lots 161 - 164: MARILYN MONROE PORCELAIN STATUETTES DOLLS BY FRANKLIN MINT
each lot: estimate: US $ 25 - 50 - 100 / starting: $25
lot 159: 1997 doll in her costumes as "Vicky Parker" in the 1954 film "THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS" (label "Ms. Anna Strasberg") + photograph
lot 161: 1998 doll in her costumes as  "Miss Casswell" from the 1950 film "ALL ABOUT EVE"  (label "Ms. Anna Strasberg") + photograph
lot 162: 1998 doll in her costumes as "Cherie" from the 1956 film "BUS STOP"  (label "Ms. Anna Strasberg") + photograph
lot 163: 1998 doll in her famous gold lam pleated evening gown which is based on  photograph shot by Ed Clark
lot 164: 1998 doll in her  black velvet evening gownwhich is based on  photograph shot by Frank Powolny

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Lot 174: MARILYN MONROE 2000S COLLECTIBLE HANDBAGS OWNED BY ANNA NICOLE SMITH
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25
2 purses owned by Ana Nicole Smith who was famously a huge Marilyn Monroe fan; both are made of fabric and pleather with added rhinestone and/or faux feather details.

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Lot 177: MARILYN MONROE 2000S SATIN PILLOW CASE
estimate: US $ 25 - 50 / starting: $25 
2022-06-01-Juliens-lot177 


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23 mai 2022

24/05/2022, Bonhams, Classic Hollywood

Vente aux enchères 'Classic Hollywood' du 24 mai 2022 en ligne sur le site de Bonhams , de Los Angeles aux Etats-Unis.
'Classic Hollywood' Auction on May, 24, 2022 online on Bonhams website, from Los Angeles, USA.

La vente aux enchères est consacrée au cinéma, avec 3 lots concernant Marilyn Monroe; les lots avec leur description sont en consultation libre sur bonhams.com
Pas de catalogue disponible

The auction is devoted to cinema, with 3 lots concerning Marilyn Monroe; the lots with their description are in free consultation on Bonhams.com
No catalog available


Lot 52: A unique and extensive unpublished collection of slides of stars of stage and screen, 1950s-1990s, Sold with Owner Copyright
Sold for US$144,015
approximately 12,000 previously unpublished color slides, the professional photographs taken by photographer Jon Verzi at various Hollywood events, chronicling the history of Hollywood from the early 1960s through the 1990s
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2 slides with Marilyn Monroe:
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Lot 59: A Marilyn Monroe signed photograph to Choreographer Bob Street
Sold for US$33,135
A gelatin silver photograph of Marilyn Monroe signed and inscribed in blue ballpoint pen 'To Bob [Street], love & kisses, Marilyn Monroe'.
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Marilyn Monroe was working her way to becoming a superstar of mythic proportions when Robert Street danced alongside her in her most famous musical number, "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend," in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953). The number has since inspired everyone from Madonna to Kylie Minogue, but at the time, Street had no way of knowing it's status would become epochal. Along with the other male dancers in the number, Street was costumed as a stereotypical millionaire, clothed in a tuxedo, graying at the temples, with handfuls of diamonds to tempt the gold digger, Lorelei Lee, played by Monroe. His fellow dancer in the number, George Chakiris, recalled that Monroe was a hard worker who was focused on the number and was in constant discussion between takes with famed choreographer Jack Cole. There wasn't a lot of small talk between the star and the dancers. Nevertheless, Street managed to obtain this autographed photo of Monroe to commemorate his performance with the world's most beloved movie star in her most illustrious musical number. The following year, Street appeared as an extra in another smash hit, White Christmas (1954), and in an ironic twist he also had a small part in Valley of the Dolls (1967), a tawdry (and campy) Hollywood tale in which some of the fictional characters' lives were based on Monroe's personal experiences.
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Lot 60: An Elliott Erwitt photograph of Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, and the cast of The Misfits
Sold for US$1,020
Marilyn Monroe and the cast of The Misfits, Reno, Nevada, 1960 (printed later)
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Prestigious lensman Elliott Erwitt was one of a group of Magnum photographers who had authorized access to the set of director John Huston's The Misfits. His most famous session of photographs, one of which is offered here, shows Huston, author Arthur Miller, producer Frank Taylor, and stars Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, and Montgomery Clift and Eli Wallach playfully posing; the calm before the storm of an extremely troubling production.


Lot 142: A group of rare programs and magazines
Sold for US$318.75

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- a souvenir program for The Hollywood Revue of 1929, 20 pages, with many photos and background information about the production and stars Norma Shearer, John Gilbert, and many others;
- a Fred and Adele Astaire program from their Broadway show, Smiles, at the Ziegfeld Theatre, November 18, 1930;
- a Screen Romances magazine with Astaire and Ginger Rogers on the cover, May, 1937;
a January 1937 issue of a Danish magazine, Eva Kriminal, devoted to the film, Bullets or Ballots (1936) starring Edward G. Robinson and Humphrey Bogart;
- a March 1933 issue of Shadowplay with Jean Harlow on the cover;
- a Romeo and Juliet (1936) 20 page program with many photos and background information about the production and its stars, Norma Shearer and Leslie Howard;
- a Gone With the Wind program, 20 pages, with many photos and background information about the production and its stars, Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable, and many others;
- and an April 1953 issue of Films in Review with Marilyn Monroe on the cover.


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22 mai 2022

Dédicace pour Al Bacus

Dédicace d'une photographie de Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe dedication of a photography

 "To Al Bacus
My deepest thanks
and warmest regards
Marilyn Monroe.
"

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photographie de Frank Powolny

(source: vendu 10 000 $ à The Personal Property Of Goodman Basil Espy III, M.D du 14/11/2019)


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28/10/1944, Chicago - Carte de Norma Jeane à Cathy Staub

Carte postale écrite par Norma Jeane (Marilyn Monroe) à son amie Cathy (Catherine) Staub, postée le 28 octobre 1944 de Chicago, où s'est rendue Norma Jeane pour rendre visite à Grace Mc Kee.

Postcard written by Norma Jeane (Marilyn Monroe) to her friend Cathy (Catherine) Staub, posted on October 28, 1944 from Chicago, where Norma Jeane travels to visit Grace McKee.

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Traduction de la lettre:
hello à Bud
Ma très chère Cathy,
J'écrirai bientôt chérie, mais j'ai été très occupée.
Je passe un bon moment.
J'ai reçu 3 lettres de Jimmie, j'étais si heureuse.
Je reviendrai bientôt, tu me manques Cathy.
Avec amour,
Norma Jeane. 

Letter transcription:
Bud hello
My dearest Cathy,
I will write soon honey, but have been awfully busy.
I'm having a grand time.
I received 3 letters from Jimmie I was so happy.
Will be back soon, I miss you Cathy.
Love,
Norma Jeane.


source Lettre vendue aux enchères en 2015 par Pop Culture Auction


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04 et 06/12/1935 - Echanges épistolaires entre Grace et l'Orphelinat

Le 04 décembre 1935, Grace Mc Kee Goddard (devenue tutrice légale de Norma Jeane cette année 1935), écrit une lettre à Mme Dewey, certainement l'interlocutrice (ou directrice) de l'orphelinat de Los Angeles où est placée Norma Jeane (âgée alors de 9 ans) depuis le 13 septembre 1935. Grace demande que l'institution refuse les visites de Ida Bolender à Norma Jeane (qui a élevé Norma Jeane avec son mari jusqu'à ses 7 ans) et cite les noms de ceux et celles autorisées à la voir.

On December 4, 1935, Grace Mc Kee Goddard (who became Norma Jeane's legal guardian this year 1935), writes a letter to Mrs. Dewey, certainly the contact person (or director) of the orphanage in Los Angeles where Norma Jeane (aged then 9 years old) is placed since September 13, 1935. Grace requests that the institution refuse visits from Ida Bolender to Norma Jeane (who raised Norma Jeane with her husband until she was 7 years old) and cite the names of those allowed to see her.

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Letter transcription:

December 4, 1935
3107 Barbara Court,
Hollywood, Calif.

Los Angeles Orphan's Home,
815 North El Centro
Hollywood, Calif.

Attention: Mrs Dewey

Dear Mrs. Dewey:

I am very anxious that no one sees or talks to little Norma Jean Baker, unless you have my written permission to do so.

I especially do not want Mrs. Ida Bolender to see her again, as her visits seem to upset the child.

I wish you could instruct every person who is in charge at night or on Sundays, to please see that she is not allowed to visit Norma Jean.

It is quite all right for Elsie or Harvey Giffin, Maude, George or Nell Atkinson, or her Aunt, Olive Monroe, or Mrs. Martin, Olive's Mother, to see her or take her out at any time.

If there is anyone else wishing to see her, I wish you would first get in tough with me here at the studio, Hollywood 3181, or at my home, Granite 4288.

Yours very sincerely,
GRACE MC KEE GODDARD

Traduction de la lettre:

À l'attention de : Mme Dewey

Chère Mme Dewey :

Je suis très inquiète que personne ne voie ou ne parle à la petite Norma Jean Baker, à moins que vous n'ayez ma permission écrite de le faire.

Je ne veux surtout pas que Mme Ida Bolender la revoie, car ses visites semblent bouleverser l'enfant.

Je souhaite que vous puissiez demander à chaque personne responsable la nuit ou le dimanche de veiller à ce qu'elle ne soit pas autorisée à rendre visite à Norma Jean.

Il est tout à fait correct pour Elsie ou Harvey Giffin, Maude, George ou Nell Atkinson, ou sa tante, Olive Monroe, ou Mme Martin, la mère d'Olive, de la voir ou de la sortir à tout moment.

S'il y a quelqu'un d'autre qui souhaite la voir, je souhaite que vous commenciez par entrer en contact avec moi ici au studio, Hollywood 3181, ou chez moi, Granite 4288.

Très sincèrement,
GRACE MC KEE GODDARD


Le 06 décembre 1935, Mme Dewey répond à Grace Mc Kee Goddard, expliquant qu'elle a constaté l'état de perturbation dans lequel se trouve Norma Jeane après la visite de Mme Bolender. Elle accepte la requête de Grace en refusant les visites de Ida Bolender et lui demande de faire un mot à chaque personne autorisée à venir voir Norma Jeane.

On December 6, 1935, Mrs. Dewey responds to Grace McKee Goddard, explaining that she has noticed the state of disturbance in which Norma Jeane finds herself after Mrs. Bolender's visit. She accepts Grace's request by refusing Ida Bolender's visits and asks her to write a word to each person authorized to come and see Norma Jeane.

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Letter transcription:

LOS ANGELES ORPHANS HOME SOCIETY
815 North El Centro Avenue
Hollywood 5311

Dec. 6, 1935

Mrs. Grace Mc Kee Goddard,
Hollywood, Calif.,

Dear Mrs. Goddard, -

When Mrs. Bolender was here I told her she should not talk to Norma about her mother.
The physicians have said Mrs. Baker would not get well - that means the child must have first consideration.
Will you please give a letter to each person you want Norma to see and go out with. That would be an extra check. If I just tell the ones who are on duty the names of the ones to see Norma there might be a slip.
Norma is not the same since Mrs. B. visited with her. She doesn't look as happy. When she is naughty she says - "Mrs. Dewey, I wouldn't ever want my Aunt Grace to know I was naughty." She loves you very much.
I'll do as you request. We want to do all we can to make Norma happy, and to please you.
Sincerely yours
(Mrs) SSDewey

Traduction de la lettre:

Chère Mme Goddard,-

Quand Mme Bolender était ici, je lui ai dit qu'elle ne devait pas parler à Norma de sa mère.
Les médecins ont dit que Mme Baker ne guérirait pas - cela signifie que l'enfant doit avoir la priorité.
Pourriez-vous, s'il vous plaît, donner une lettre à chaque personne que vous voulez que Norma voie et qu'ils la prennent avec eux. Ce serait une vérification supplémentaire. Si je dis juste à ceux qui sont de service les noms de ceux qui doivent voir Norma, il pourrait y avoir un faux pas.
Norma n'est plus la même depuis que Mme B. lui a rendu visite. Elle n'a pas l'air aussi heureuse. Quand elle est méchante, elle dit - "Mme Dewey, je ne voudrais jamais que ma tante Grace sache que j'étais méchante." Elle vous aime beaucoup.
Je ferai ce que vous demandez. Nous voulons faire tout ce qui est en notre pouvoir pour rendre Norma heureuse et vous faire plaisir.
Cordialement
(Mme) SSDewey


source Lettres vendues 2 812 $ le 14/11/2019 aux enchères de The Personal Property Of Goodman Basil Espy III


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21 mai 2022

Dédicace pour Berniece Baker Miracle

L'une des photographies préférées de Marilyn Monroe, prise le 22 février 1956 à New York par le photographe Cecil Beaton - photographie dédicacée à sa demie-soeur Berniece Baker Miracle.

One of Marilyn Monroe's favorite photographs, taken on February 22, 1956 in New York by photographer Cecil Beaton - photograph dedicated to her half-sister Berniece Baker Miracle.

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 "To my sister, Berniece,
I wish I could have known you
all my life.
Love You,
Marilyn
"

"A ma soeur, Berniece,
J'aurais aimé pouvoir te connaître
toute ma vie.
Je t'aime,
Marilyn
"


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15 mai 2022

Florence Foresti en affiche de sa tournée "Boy Boys Boys" 2022-2023

L'humoriste et actrice française Florence Foresti est de retour sur scène, 4 ans après son dernier spectacle (Epilogue, dont la tournée a été écourtée en raison de la crise Covid). Son nouveau spectacle s'intitulé Boys, Boys, Boys, en référence au tube de la chanteuse italienne Sabrina sorti en 1987. Sa tournée passe par le Théâtre Marigny (Paris) du 28 septembre au 31 décembre 2022, avant de partir en tournée dans toute la France dès le mois de mars 2023 et se prolongera jusqu’au mois de décembre 2023.

French humorist and actress Florence Foresti is back on stage, 4 years after her last show (Epilogue, whose tour was cut short due to the Covid crisis). Her new show is called Boys, Boys, Boys, in reference to the hit by Italian singer Sabrina released in 1987. Her tour passes through the Théâtre Marigny (Paris) from September 28 to December 31, 2022, before going on tour throughout France from March 2023 and will continue until December 2023.

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Pour l'affiche promotionnelle, Florence Foresti pose entièrement nue, allongée sur un lit de draps blancs: une référence à Madonna -dont Foresti est fan- qui a posé pour Steven Meisel en 1990 (et un portfolio des séances avec Meisel sera publié dans le "Vogue" italie de février 1991, présentant "Madonna comme Marilyn").

For the promotional poster, Florence Foresti poses entirely naked, lying on a bed of white sheets: a reference to Madonna - of whom Foresti is a fan - who posed for Steven Meisel in 1990 (and a portfolio of the sessions with Meisel will be published in the "Vogue" italy from February 1991, featuring "Madonna as Marilyn").

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Pour sa séance avec Steven Meisel, Madonna s'inspirait bien de Marilyn Monroe; et cette photo d'elle nue dans un lit de draps blancs était un clin d'oeil à Marilyn Monroe et les séances de Tom Kelley, Eve Arnold et Douglas Kirkland.
For her session with Steven Meisel, Madonna was inspired by Marilyn Monroe; and this photo of her naked in a bed of white sheets was a nod to Marilyn Monroe and the seances of Tom Kelley, Eve Arnold and Douglas Kirkland.

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27/05/1949 - Red Velvet Sitting - Marilyn Monroe par Tom Kelley
11/1960 - Bed Sitting - Marilyn Monroe par Eve Arnold
17/11/1961 - Bed Sitting - Marilyn Monroe par Douglas Kirkland


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