Marilyn Exhibition To Open At the Getty Images Gallery

Marilyn, exhibition opens at the Getty Images Gallery, 9 March – 23 May 2012


The Getty Images Gallery is excited to announce its upcoming exhibition, Marilyn, a collection of imagery and memorabilia to commemorate 50 years since the untimely death of Marilyn Monroe. Showcased in London for the first time, the exhibition will feature a number of original dresses and costumes worn by the Hollywood icon, alongside unique and iconic photographs.

Marilyn will include imagery from Monroe’s early years as an aspiring actress through to her rise to international stardom. Accompanying the photographs will be original film costumes and dresses from the legendary collection of David Gainsborough Roberts, owner of one of the largest collections of Marilyn Monroe  memorabilia in the world.  Original video will also be shown ensuring Marilyn offers an unrivalled glimpse into the life of one of the world’s most famous stars.

Louise Garczewska, Director, Getty Images Gallery says: “We are extremely excited to present our Marilynexhibition, offering the public unparalleled and rare access to Marilyn’s life through the iconic imagery from Getty Images’ extensive archival collection. David Gainsborough Roberts has kindly loaned us Marilyn’s dresses which the public can see in London for the first time ever, making this exhibition a perfect tribute to one of Hollywood’s greats.”

Prints of Marilyn Monroe will be available to purchase at the Getty Images Gallery. Please click here to view the ground-breaking imagery that will be on display in the exhibition.

Marilyn runs from Friday 9 March to Sunday 23 May 2012 and admission is free.

The Getty Images Gallery is situated in central London, just a stone’s throw away from Oxford Circus. Opening hours are Monday to Friday 10am-5.30pm and Saturday 12pm-5.30pm.

A smaller exhibition will also be on display at Getty Images Gallery in Westfield Stratford City at a slightly later date of 23 March to 3 June 2012.

Marco | Editor

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