#FineArtFriday – James Bond, by Terry O’Neill

Roger Moore

For more than fifty-five years on the big screen, Ian Fleming’s James Bond has enthralled, amused, excited and entertained like no other screen icon.  Famed photographer Terry O’Neill has been capturing our hero, villains and beauties on-and-off the set since the beginning.

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Iconic Spotlight : Count Basie, by Ted Williams

Count Basie

If you lived in Chicago when jazz ruled the world, you knew the address of the Blue Note by heart.  Run by Frank Holzfeind, the original Blue Note proudly displayed a sign on the front door that read: “Here is America’s Music as Played by Its Greatest Jazz Artists.”  Every name in jazz graced its stage, with Duke Ellington even recording his famed ‘Live at the Blue Note’ album there in 1959.

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MARILYN UNSEEN: 50 SESSIONS BY MILTON GREENE

Galleri Fineart, Oslo

19th October 2017 - 29th October 2017

Marilyn Monroe

Galleri Fineart in collaboration with The Archives, LLC and Iconic Images presents the exhibition Marilyn Unseen 50 sessions by legendary 20th Century celebrity and fashion photographer, Milton H. Greene (1922-1985).It features a selection of 64 images from the 50 sittings of Marilyn taken during the course of four years by Greene: on location, in the studio, at home and in private, even recording her wedding to Arthur Miller.

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#FineArtFriday – Prince, by Steve Parke

Prince

Steve Parke is an award-winning illustrator, designer, and photographer. He worked for Prince for 13 years as his in-house art director at Paisley Park—doing everything from designing album covers and hand painting guitars to enlisting every spare pair of hands to melt candles for an impromptu music video.

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