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1955-1965
An era of social and cultural revolution
Curated by James Cavello

What do Marilyn Monroe, Jean Cocteau and the Beatles have in common? They were all instrumental in shaping our view of an era of cultural transformation, 1955-1965. Each of them crossed boundaries and cultural borders, becoming internationally recognized for acting, art or musical talent, as well as their iconic personality. As we pass milestone anniversaries, such as the 50th year of Marilyn Monroe's death, 125 years of Cocteau's birth and 50 years since the Beatles debut on the Ed Sullivan Show, we relive moments through the photographs on exhibit. The Westwood Gallery exhibition comprises 48 photographs divided into 16 photographs of each of the three subjects.


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