RICHARD BERNSTEIN'S MOVIE STAR MASKS ARE BACK IN VOGUE & RETAIL STORES SUCH AS THE MET & BERGDORF GOODMAN
Almost 50 years after Richard Bernstein created his infamous Movie Star Masks for Diana Vreeland in 1974 for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute's Hollywood exhibition, limited-edition reproductions have hit retail stores this holiday season as well as the pages of Vogue magazine, who wrote a feature about the collection on November 30, 2021.
The new Movie Star Masks, which feature Marilyn Monroe and Liz Taylor are Giclée Art Prints encased in acrylic art objects and have been produced by the Estate of Richard Bernstein in strict specification to Bernstein's original designs. Each mask contains an engraved plaque with the artist's signature on verso and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity by the Estate. Additionally, a Grace Jones Mask is available reproducing the mask Bernstein made for Jones' debut album in 1977.
The masks can be found at The Met and Bergdorf Goodman in New York, and Marquette Home in Palm Springs as well as online at www.RichardBernsteinArt.com
Read the Vogue article here