top cx logo
cx logo
Explorearrow down
search icon
arrow down

Hollywood glamour on show at Paris exhibition

Never-before-seen photographs of Hollywood stars such as Angelina Jolie, George Clooney, and Cher are on show at a gallery in Paris.

The exhibition features the work of well-known American photographers Harry Langdon Jr and Milton H Greene, while the photos are part of the collection of a photography enthusiast Leonardo de la Fuente who is a fan of pair.

Milton H Greene was only 29 when he had a first photoshoot with then little-known Audrey Hepburn, who was 22 at the time.

Today, he is best known for his pictures of Marilyn Monroe. Some photos from the 52 shoots they did together have become iconic and are on display at the exhibition.

Celebrity photographer Harry Langdon Jr still works in Los Angeles, where he has photographed Oscar-winning actors such as Kim Basinger and George Clooney, as well as singers Tina Turner, Boy George and Diana Ross. Another Oscar-winner, Angelina Jolie, did her first photoshoot with him when she was 15. 

The images take visitors back to Hollywood and its superstar system from the fifties to the nineties.

The exhibition Portraits de Stars takes place at Joseph Froissart gallery until September 1. Entry is €8. 

Stay informed:
Sign up to our free weekly e-newsletter
Subscribe to access all our online articles and receive our printed monthly newspaper The Connexion at your home. News analysis, features and practical help for English-speakers in France

Resident or second-home owner in France?
Benefit from our daily digest of headlines and how-to's to help you make the most of life in France
By joining the newsletter, you agree to our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy
See more popular articles
The Connexion Help Guides
featured helpguide
Healthcare in France*
Featured Help Guide
- Understand the French healthcare system, how you access it and how you are reimbursed - Useful if you are new to the French healthcare system or want a more in-depth understanding - Reader question and answer section Aimed at non-French nationals living here, the guide gives an overview of what you are (and are not) covered for. There is also information for second-home owners and regular visitors.
Get news, views and information from France
You have 2 free subscriber articles left
Subscribe now to read unlimited articles and exclusive content
Already a subscriber? Log in now