Whitey and Marilyn, Something’s Got to Give, May 23rd, 1963. Photo by Lawrence Schiller, © Polaris Communications, Inc., Courtesy Steven Kasher Gallery, New York.
NEW YORK, NY.- Steven Kasher Gallery is presenting Marilyn & Me, Lawrence Schiller’s first solo exhibition in the United States. The exhibition features over fifty of Schiller’s iconic images of Marilyn Monroe—many of which have been newly discovered in his archives—and coincides with the publication of his eleventh book, Marilyn & Me, published simultaneously, in two editions, by TASCHEN and Nan Talese’s imprint with Doubleday. Shown for the first time are his original proof sheets with Marilyn’s rejection markings and scrawled notes.
This exhibition and the publication of his two books on Marilyn mark the fiftieth anniversary of her death. The exhibition also includes vintage prints from throughout Schiller’s illustrious career as photojournalist. Schiller (who is also known for his filmmaking and writing) was in ...
Friday, June 22, 2012
Marilyn & Me, Lawrence Schiller's first solo exhibition in the United States on view at Steven Kasher Gallery
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