Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 144
Переплет: мягкая обложка
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We have New York photographer Ed Feingersh to thank for some of the most attractive photos ever taken of Marilyn Monroe. For example, the icon image simply entitled Chanel no. 5`: Marilyn standing in front of the mirror in her New York hotel suite, putting the final touches to her evening dress, a touch of perfume to her decollete. Feingersh took the pictures during the so-called `New York exile` Marilyn went into early 1955 to sidestep the unacceptable constraints of her contract with Twentieth Century Fox and take drama classes under Lee Strasberg. For an entire week Feingersh covered a Marilyn who had just turned 29 and was gradually growing up, as she went about her private and public life in New York. He follows her around the city, accompanies her to a costume fitting at the Actors Studio, is with her on an incognito subway ride and her legendary ride atop a painted pink elephant in Madison Square Garden. The reader discovers a wonderful Marilyn Monroe who can be seen in the spirit of optimism and radical changes that characterized 1955 to fluctuate between fresh self-confidence and extreme vulnerability, who can be vibrant and cheerful one minute and not long after pensive, dreamy, sad - you might say a Marilyn like you and me. Ed Feingersh studied photography under Alexey Brodovitch at the New York School of Social Research and subsequently worked for many years as a reporter for the Pix. Inc. agency. His picture documentary of Marilyn was published 1955 in the March issue of Redbook magazine.