Poland will host in August, a unique collection of nearly 4,000 photographs of Marilyn Monroe, some of which were never published.
The photographs were taken by the actress’ friend, photographer Milton Green. The photos belong to the Polish Treasury and got them as payment of foreign debt in the early 1990’s.
The collection, which came to Poland last week, according to Gazeta Wyborcza, spent over a decade in cardboard boxes in New York.
The photo exhibition will run from August 6 to September 6. The Treasury plans to sell after the collection at an auction, which the date has not yet been announced. According to estimates, the price of the collection will be around 560,000 euros.