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Marilyn Monroe () Model, actress, singer and arguably one of the most famous Monroe was born, Norma Jeane Mortenson, in June Marilyn Monroe the untold story of her last years. When she was born on JUne 1, , she was given the name Norma Jean. The identity of her mother, Gladys. Written at the height of her fame but not published until over a decade after her death, this autobiography of actress and sex symbol Marilyn Monroe () .


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PDF | On Jan 1, , David Lester and others published Marilyn Monroe: love and loss in life. 1. Marilyn Monroe: The Blonde Bombshell. Michelle Krause. Introduction to Moving Image Archiving and Preservation. December 10th, Marilyn Monroe was so much more than just a famous movie star. By May 19, , Marilyn Monroe had whittled down her circle of close friends to a precious .

Bibliography 1. She was Marilyn of the Sorrows. One half belongs to a female aristocrat, cool, chaste, and self-possessed. One half belongs to a female aristocrat, cool, chaste, and self-possessed. I have no secret to reveal. Silkscreen ink on synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Log In Sign Up.

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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Marilyn Monroe as an Artistic Icon. Elio Ticca. Marilyn Monroe through art, or the phenomenology of a consecration in the pantheon of the white cube after Andy Warhol.

The ineffability of Marilyn is that there seems a discrepancy between her public persona and the person that emerges from her statements, interviews, writings, and from her variegated photographic archive, through which grasping the whole dichotomies and shadows of her personality is inescapably unsuccessful.

Marilyn has ascended to the throne of the most influential figures of the twentieth century since she became a symbol for the cinema in s American imaginary, but, at the same time, her entanglements with powerful American political personalities, such as the Kennedys, has left a long shadow on her life that cannot but be left to be analysed through further research.

But what does live of her artistic persona in art history, and which relation does her ineffability as an artistic presence have in relation to Western iconic imaginary? Finally, the images of her death as hagiographic portraits still persist in issues of contemporary artists as, more recently, Marlene Dumas. Her magnetic, obsessing smile delivered between her teeth, hidden by enticing lips, or open in a joyous or sarcastic laugh has a long story: Her contracted, fixed pose exposed to the camera has the same crystallization of a renaissance portrait, yet the contemptuous lower lip, accompanied by the hieratic space left for the eyes, under the shadows of her eye makeup—like the incumbent cask of the protecting veil of a Russian orthodox virgin—still does not leave any room for thought.

You wanted to clarify my envelopment? Then look right at it, if you can. Look at this absolute, unforgivable absence of secrets! What of her strange face framed by cropped male hair? One half belongs to a female aristocrat, cool, chaste, and self-possessed. The other belongs to a coarse gutter waif, roguish and lewd. Love for sale. Botticelli has condensed the extremes of sex and caste in an unsettling fusion of the Renaissance personae.

Flora, as much as Mercury, makes love to herself. Penguin, , II. Stanford University Press, , p. Yale University Press, , p. Here, though, the picture is always the same: Yet, the Golden Marilyn the artist realised in the same year fig. She was Marilyn of the Sorrows.

Of all the painters working today in the service—or thrall—of popular iconography, Andy Warhol is probably the most single-minded and the most spectacular. That I for one find moving. Being popular was the joy and torment for Marilyn herself.

No one standing in front of Marilyn could say—how cheap, how empty. Warhol, in giving us our world transfigured into art, transfigured us and himself in the process. In this ironic undoing there are possibilities for liberation and engagement, even while there remains a recognition of the limits of such transformation. Routledge, , p. University of California Press, , p. It is also a rhetorical strategy and a political method.

Marilyn stroke us because her mockery of the persona—standing for the classical etymology of the Latin term—the studios attributed to her through cinema, the dumb blonde, had been completely undone both by her artistic performances and her private life. Or better, she looks, rather impossibly, like two figures in one: The Reinvention of Nature New York: Routledge, , quoted in Baty, p. Dover Oxford University Press, , p. Arrow , p. Indiana University Press, Emphasis mine.

Greene, Bert Stern among the others—implies a complicity between the photographed and the photographer that turns the power of the gaze from the camera to the picture: I have no secret to reveal. The power of Marilyn as, again, another embodiment, such as the fashion model, is observed by McCann: As philosopher Lars Svendsen has observed in relation to fashion, we, entrapped in consumerism, Come major consumers of new things, new places and new people.

The focus of symbolic value leads to the rate of turnover increasing all the time because it is controlled by the logic of fashion. Cambridge University Press, , p. They think they arrange me to suit themselves, but I use them to put over myself. I never show it, though. It could ruin me.

I need their goodwill. Marilyn in Wheatherby, W. Robson Books, , p. Rutgers University Press, , p. The curves of the facial features of the diva, highlighted by glossy lips and perfected peroxide-blonde curls, was marketable as the populuxe aesthetic of s, before being flattened by Pop Art: Yet, the artists from Eastern Europe here analysed, turning inside out the mediated image of Monroe, will make a different, sometimes opposite, exploitation of the already widely exploited image of Marilyn.

A reclaimed position of Monroe as signifier of femininity, or humankind, occurs: Reaktion, , p. Johns Hopkins University Press, Hale Oxford: Blackwell, , p. To achieve this double objective, we have only to vary the distance, in the triangle, separating the mediator from the desiring subject.

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At the end of the travel, our hope is that what Diana Trilling has written will become clearer: Art, gender and in Eastern Europe in Soviet era and after the fall of the Berlin wall Gender discourses affects society as a hole, and these are indissolubly remoulded by society. Yet, feminist issues in post-Soviet countries intermingled with gender narratives inherited from conservative patriarchal perceptions of division of labour, marriage, maternity and symbolization of sexual difference, up to the point that communist innovations, aimed at achieving gender equality, was challenged at different times.

As Gal and Kilman has noted, The borrowing of tradition and the erasure of tradition go hand in hand; they are simultaneous features of transformation itself. Princeton University Press, , p. At the same time, in many communist countries it occurred a process of blaming women for the demographic decrease of the time.

Such an overpressure of demands was interiorized in society at large: This could help us understand why and how certain changes were ever made in patriarchy. Nevertheless, a position of control, perhaps symptom of a paternalistic management of welfare in the countries, was still difficult to counteract.

Furthermore, gender models were provided along with a discourse on sexuality that took a different route after World War II: Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe, exh.

The demographic decrease that interests Russia today, as well as recent policies aiming at affecting same-sex relations, as well as influencing cultural perception of them, intersects today. Yet, the geographical and historical position of Eastern Europe, between Western hegemonic discourses and Asian countries, opens up a fervid room for discussion, involving art in affecting sexual difference along with gender discourse.

East European artists and Monroe as an artistic icon II. Being popular was the joy and torment for Marilyn herself. No one standing in front of Marilyn could say—how cheap, how empty. Warhol, in giving us our world transfigured into art, transfigured us and himself in the process. In this ironic undoing there are possibilities for liberation and engagement, even while there remains a recognition of the limits of such transformation.

Routledge, , p. University of California Press, , p. It is also a rhetorical strategy and a political method. Marilyn stroke us because her mockery of the persona—standing for the classical etymology of the Latin term—the studios attributed to her through cinema, the dumb blonde, had been completely undone both by her artistic performances and her private life.

Or better, she looks, rather impossibly, like two figures in one: The Reinvention of Nature New York: Routledge, , quoted in Baty, p. Dover Oxford University Press, , p. Arrow , p. Indiana University Press, Emphasis mine. Greene, Bert Stern among the others—implies a complicity between the photographed and the photographer that turns the power of the gaze from the camera to the picture: I have no secret to reveal.

The power of Marilyn as, again, another embodiment, such as the fashion model, is observed by McCann: As philosopher Lars Svendsen has observed in relation to fashion, we, entrapped in consumerism, Come major consumers of new things, new places and new people. The focus of symbolic value leads to the rate of turnover increasing all the time because it is controlled by the logic of fashion.

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Cambridge University Press, , p. They think they arrange me to suit themselves, but I use them to put over myself. I never show it, though.

It could ruin me. I need their goodwill. Marilyn in Wheatherby, W. Robson Books, , p. Rutgers University Press, , p. The curves of the facial features of the diva, highlighted by glossy lips and perfected peroxide-blonde curls, was marketable as the populuxe aesthetic of s, before being flattened by Pop Art: Yet, the artists from Eastern Europe here analysed, turning inside out the mediated image of Monroe, will make a different, sometimes opposite, exploitation of the already widely exploited image of Marilyn.

A reclaimed position of Monroe as signifier of femininity, or humankind, occurs: Reaktion, , p. Johns Hopkins University Press, Hale Oxford: Blackwell, , p. To achieve this double objective, we have only to vary the distance, in the triangle, separating the mediator from the desiring subject.

At the end of the travel, our hope is that what Diana Trilling has written will become clearer: Art, gender and in Eastern Europe in Soviet era and after the fall of the Berlin wall Gender discourses affects society as a hole, and these are indissolubly remoulded by society.

Yet, feminist issues in post-Soviet countries intermingled with gender narratives inherited from conservative patriarchal perceptions of division of labour, marriage, maternity and symbolization of sexual difference, up to the point that communist innovations, aimed at achieving gender equality, was challenged at different times. As Gal and Kilman has noted, The borrowing of tradition and the erasure of tradition go hand in hand; they are simultaneous features of transformation itself.

Princeton University Press, , p. At the same time, in many communist countries it occurred a process of blaming women for the demographic decrease of the time. Such an overpressure of demands was interiorized in society at large: This could help us understand why and how certain changes were ever made in patriarchy.

Nevertheless, a position of control, perhaps symptom of a paternalistic management of welfare in the countries, was still difficult to counteract. Furthermore, gender models were provided along with a discourse on sexuality that took a different route after World War II: Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe, exh.

The demographic decrease that interests Russia today, as well as recent policies aiming at affecting same-sex relations, as well as influencing cultural perception of them, intersects today. Yet, the geographical and historical position of Eastern Europe, between Western hegemonic discourses and Asian countries, opens up a fervid room for discussion, involving art in affecting sexual difference along with gender discourse.

East European artists and Monroe as an artistic icon II. In Between?

In Tragedy of a Venus Tragediji jedne Venere fig. A possible career in the West, but a negated professional life in Eastern European countries, the experience of the star conflates here with the intimacy of the possible everyday of the artist: Yet, the experience of Monroe melts together with the self of the artist, conjoining the tragedy of the particular with the fictitious comedy of the universal.

In Soviet countries—yet with the exception of Yugoslavia, hence of Croatia as well— political dictates in relation to art negated self-portraiture: A committed feminist, the artist will intermingle more openly political issues in later projects Triangle, , performance; Personal Cuts, , video, 3: Triangle fig. And she can only tell it through herself […].

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Triangle is a story about an issue that needs to be made apparent. And seeing is more than bearing witness to a performance or its recounting. It implies understanding. In order to establish communication, a visual language must be found, and this is more important than mirroring a performance. Triangle London: Afterall Books, , p. Natalia LL: Starting her career in Poland in the s, first involved in painting, graphics and photography, Natalia LL became interested in performances and related media— videos, installations, sculptures—, with the goal of merging conceptual art with body art, though in a way alternative to the leading attitude of most conceptual art from the s.

The close-up involved the action of eating them at a relatively quiet speed: National Identity vs. The Reader, p. Nevertheless, the play is a parody: Nonetheless, the process is triggered by the movement of the video, since the fixity of the picture exhausts itself within the commodified reference to advertising photography, and pornography the latter as the ostention of the former. Piotrowski argued as well, It should be made clear that regardless of the discursive aspect of the artistic culture and different political and ideological barriers that pertained, in contrast to the anti-communist dissent movements, it was art and men and women artists who became the harbingers of gender issues in the Eastern bloc, while the local political thinkers turned out to be extremely conservative in this respect.

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Yet, it is possible to argue, with IRWIN, that a more Contrary to the tradition of gender representation, it is the invisible man whose status is reduced to that of a fetish. We cannot but conclude with the words of the artist, since it appears important, beyond the strata of interpretation of a polysemic work, the power ascribed by the artist to the media she used. A work of art tries to disclose future scenarios starting from the current ones. Yet, the revelation made possible by a technique, a medium and a maker—or designer—is ultimately inexplicable: Surely my photographic work attempted to disclose the extraordinary and the uncommon, which is present in the world which surrounds us.

I found it fascinating that the seemingly credible photograph could convey the uncommon in a more direct and comprehensive way than, e.