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1954 singt Schauspielerin Marilyn Monroe für die amerikanischen Soldaten in Korea. Hier signiert sie während der Show Autogramme Foto: Mai/The Life Images Collection/Getty Images

Marilyn Monroe schminkt sich für ein Event in New York, 1955 Foto: Sam Shaw/Getty Images

Marilyn Monroe 1957 mit einer Zeitung im New Yorker Cantral Park. Foto: Sham Shaw/Getty Images

Marilyn Monroe und ihr dritter Ehemann Dramtiker Arthur Miller, 1957 in New York. Foto: Sam Shaw/Shaw Family Archives/Getty Images

Marilyn Monroe in dem Film "Bus Stop", 1956. Foto: Milton Green Copyright Ted Stampfer

Marylin Monroe. The Unknown

The special exhibition presents the idol and myth of an entire epoch - the

actress, singer and style icon Marilyn Monroe. The exhibition "Marilyn Monroe. The Unknown" directs the viewer's gaze to a hitherto unlit private side of this unusual woman, who even 56 years after her death in 962 has lost nothing of its fascination and its influence in many ways is still perceptible today. From 16 December 2018, the Historical Museum of the Palatinate in Speyer will be presenting around 400 selected individual pieces on over 1000 square meters of exhibition space. The most of the exhibits originate from the original private estate of Marilyn Monroe as well as her contemporary witnesses, today they are part of the exclusive private collection of Ted Stampfer, the world's largest stampers in terms of type and composition. Collection. On display are high-quality garments, accessories, care and styling products, props, private letters and film documents as well as photographs, which were taken for the first time in Germany which are to be seen in this combination. The exhibition will be supplemented by individual pieces of international collector.

Visitors to the exhibition immerse themselves in Marilyn Monroe's world and follow her the most important stages of development and stages of life. You will encounter special Exhibits that bear witness to their lives and work as well as to their quest for emancipation. In 1955, she founded her own Marilyn Monroe Production's Inc.." To the press conference of the company presentation, she wore pearly white satin pumps, a shoe is now in the exhibition to see. The satin morning coat you used in the 1953 movie "Blondes Prefered." It was also privately worn and carefully stored. This dressing gown is also in one of the exhibits. These are the clothes, letters, appointment calendars and personal accessories that say a lot about this woman's previously unknown side.

The Historical Museum of the Palatinate owes thanks for that the objects have been made available to the Collaboration with Ted Stampfer, the lender and external curator of this exhibition.

Born in Mannheim, he studied business administration and since his childhood has been involved with the following topics of the person Marilyn Monroe. At the end of the 1990s he began to sell the first pieces from her to buy the estate at auction.

Since 2009, Ted Stampfer and his collection have been lenders and curators for international Museums. He also acts as an author and photographer.

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