It’s hard to believe that there could still be a trove of undiscovered photographs of Marilyn Monroe floating around, but more than 50 years after the star’s death new images continue to emerge.
On July 22 the Limited Runs show, Marilyn: The Lost Photographs of a Hollywood Star, will open at New York’s SUMO Gallery. The show features previously unpublished work captured early in Monroe’s career (1952-1956) from five photographers: Thomas “Doc” Kaminski, Allan “Whitey” Snyder, Milton Greene, Lani Carlson and Misha Peiz.
Marilyn: The Lost Photographs of a Hollywood Star will be on view at SUMO Gallery through July 26.
Jeanette D. Moses is a New York City–based filmmaker and photographer known for her intimate depictions of New York's creative communities. She’s been a contributor to PopPhoto since 2014, specializing in interviews, gear reviews, and all things analog.