But if I'm going to be a symbol of something, I'd rather have it sex than some other things we've got symbols of.
Twenty-five photographs of Marilyn Monroe that have never seen before, by photographer Milton H. Greene, were put on display in DLT with support from Chopard.
Marilyn Monroe moved from Hollywood to New York at the beginning of 1955. Photographer Milton H. Greene, working for the magazine Redbook, proposed an unorthodox shoot that would capture the difficulties of Marilyn’s day-to-day life, rather than show her as a ‘dumb blonde’.
The shoot took place over a week. The exhibition featured previously unpublished photographs.
We carried out planning and production for the exhibition.