Salvatore Ferragamo museum honors MARILYN MONROE

“I have divided the women who have come to me into three categories: the Cinderella, the Venus, and the Aristocrat. The Cinderella takes a shoe smaller that Size Six, the Venus takes Size Six, the Aristocrat a seven or larger” (Shoemaker of Dreams. The autobiography of Salvatore Ferragamo, London 1957). Fifty years have passed since Marilyn Monroe died and the world lost one its most unforgettable icons.The exhibition, curated by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti, Start from June 20th to January 28th 2013 at the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence.The curators have sought to interpret the genesis of certain famous photographs of Marilyn mith, female spiritualized icon, pop icon, in classic poses, with art works representing the memory of similar poses and expressions.

 

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