In 1952 went on assignment to photograph Marilyn Monroe for Esquire magazine. According to Arnold's recollections, the now-legendary film actress was captivating and the photographs were a success. Their relationship, which started as one of mutual advantage, developed into a friendship and, over the course of ten years, Arnold and Marilyn met for six other photography sessions. The shortest session was two hours long and the longest spanned over a period of two months, while Monroe was shooting The Misfits. This book chronicles those photography sessions and includes a text by Arnold, which gives insight to Monroe's career and personality.Biografía del autor:
Eve Arnold began photographing in 1946. She first became associated with Magnum Photos, the prestigious photographic cooperative, in 1951, becoming a full member in 1955. She has won numerous awards and honours.
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Descripción Harry N. Abrams, 2005. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P11081095933X
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