Rare prints to mark Marilyn Monroe’s birthday

Rare prints of Marilyn Monroe will feature in a pop-up exhibition celebrating what would have been the Hollywood star’s 90th birthday.

The prints range from the actress in 1946, when still known as Norma Jean Baker, to ‘Last Sitting’ images by Bert Stern taken six weeks before her death.

Rare prints to mark Marilyn Monroe’s birthday

Monroe died on August 5, 1962, from a barbiturate overdose aged just 36. She would have turned 90 today.

ONGallery and Playboy Club’s exhibition is open from June 2 to 30 at The Showroom Presents in Fulham, London.

Rare prints to mark Marilyn Monroe’s birthday


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