As we were working on this article on his exhibition at the Galerie de L'Instant, we learned that Bert Stern had just passed away (see above). This exhibition will give the opportunity to discover whole of Bert's work that had a tendency to be reduced to his pictures of Marilyn. But he was also a filmmaker and if you have a chance to find “Jazz on a Summer's day” realised during the jazz festival of Newport in 1958 you will discover a real treasure.
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