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Marilyn

Dienes, Andre de (photo.)

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ISBN 10: 3822811998 / ISBN 13: 9783822811993
Published by Taschen, 2002, 2002
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Folio, cloth; 8vo, card covers; 8vo, paperback; Kodak box. The deluxe edition of Dienes' photos of Marilyn Monroe: the cloth bound folio (233pp.); the reproduction of Dienes' composition book in card covers; the stapled "Sunbathing Review"; all housed in a "Kodak" box. #04299 of 20,000 so produced. VG: external dust-soiling to the folio, internals clean and unmarked, binding quite solid; composition book clean and soundly bound, light impressions to last leaf from the metal braces which end the elastic clasp; front cover of the magazine detached, otherwise clean and solid; the box is solid but near-splits at the 4 corners of the base and significant dust-soiling to the bottom, top has a split at one corner and some light soiling. Extra postage will be needed as the production weighs 12 lbs. unpacked. Bookseller Inventory # ATLMM9755

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Title: Marilyn

Publisher: Taschen, 2002

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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Synopsis:

A most rare and unbelievable treasure

After sitting in storage since his death in 1985, André de Dienes's complete Marilyn archives have finally been gathered together for this exclusive publication!

Photographer André de Dienes's life was changed forever one day in 1945 when he met an aspiring young model named Norma Jeane Baker. They immediately took off on the road together so that André could photograph her in natural settings across the West; during their travels, they fell in love and were briefly engaged. After their romance ended, they remained friends and de Dienes continued to photograph her. His unique, loving photographs of Norma Jeane helped to launch her model career and, a few years later, the film career that was to make her a legend. His entire relationship with the star, including many private moments never before revealed, is detailed in de Dienes's memoirs, which were written shortly before his death in 1985. Recently uncovered and published here for the first time, these unknown memoirs tell a bittersweet story of love and friendship, tracing the evolution of a sensitive, ambitious girl into a deeply troubled megastar. From their trip to see Norma Jeane's mother in an Oregon mental hospital to Marilyn's visit to his home the year before her death, de Dienes recounts all of the emotional moments they shared. This special edition, combining de Dienes's memoirs and photographs, is at once a touching autobiography and an exclusive personal exploration into the psychology, history, and iconography of Marilyn Monroe.

Worldwide limited edition of 20,000 individually numbered copies

Tucked into the enlarged facsimile of de Dienes's Kodak film box are:

an extra-large format, 240-page hardcover book featuring a vast selection of sumptuous photographs and excerpts from de Dienes's memoirs, printed on 150g matte stock

a 608 page softcover facsimile of de Dienes's complete Marilyn memoirs and his Marilyn composite book (which includes the complete set of nearly 1000 Marilyn photos in contactsized prints)

a brochure containing all 24 of Marilyn's magazine covers shot by de Dienes

With some notable exceptions, the vast majority of these images–especially those in color–have never been seen before!

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