Between 1960 and 1962 a young Lawrence Schiller (USA, 1936) followed Marilyn Monroe and documented her decline. From the first time he photographed her, during the filming of Let’s Make Love, their relation was very special and he was among the last people to see her alive. His first exhibition in Spain features, among other images, the famous nudes of the mythic actress on the set of George Cukor’s Something’s Got to Give, which would remain unfinished due to her death.
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