Marilyn Monroe’s connection with Britain will be the subject of a new in focus display at the National Portrait Gallery in September. Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of Monroe’s death, the display will celebrate her life by showcasing her links with the UK. Portraits of Monroe by British photographers will be shown alongside rare magazine covers, vintage prints, lobby cards and film stills to put the works in context.
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