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Young Marilyn (Dark Hair)

Margaret Harrison

Margaret Harrison recovers the figure of Marilyn Monroe with the aim of exploring her life, love, body, mind and power relationships from a more positive perspective. She arranged an installation from different representations of the actress that showed new and different faces from which to perceive the artist in her life and death. Most striking was the police photo adaptation of Marilyn dead, completely lifeless, not pretty, instead of the golden girl the public had met. This image brings us back to reality and erases the sophistication built around the actress as a product of Hollywood.


Margaret Harrison, Young Marylin (Dark Hair), 1994
Watercolor on paper
60 x 45 cm
Unique piece




4.800,00  + VAT (if applicable)