Marilyn Monroe died in August 1962. To mark this sad occasion, we’re presenting once again an exhibition devoted to this immortal icon. The purpose of this exhibition is to show the many faces, and the evolution, of Marilyn: from her beginnings as Norma Jean Baker, posing for her hairdresser, Frank & Joseph, becoming a blonde for the first time, modeling for André de Diènes on Malibu Beach in 1946, her face uncovered, acting for the photographer.
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