Bert Stern: Original Mad Man
Bert Stern: Original Mad Man Documentary Screening
Shannah Laumeister's unconventional 2011 documentary turns its lens onto her muse-mentor relationship with Bert Stern, following his rise to fame as the first photographer to become a celebrity in his own right. Stern may be best known for The Last Sitting
, his 1962 Vogue
session with Marilyn Monroe just before her death, and for his fashion portraits of stars like Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot and Elizabeth Taylor, but his striking images also helped frame Madison Avenue's modern-advertising aesthetic.
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