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May 11th, 2018 by Cherry

“Jack Kirby’s 2001: A Space Odyssey comics were pure Kosmic Kirby at the top of his craft, expanding on the 2001 story in ways not even masters like Kubrick or Clarke could have imagined,” says Kirby Museum Acting Director, Rand Hoppe. “We can’t wait for fans to have their minds blown by the stories AND the visuals.”

If your in the NYC area you have to check out the “A Jack Kirby Odyssey” from May 11-13! It’s a celebration of the King of Comics’ pop-up exhibiting Arther C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey at One Art Space (23 Warren Street, NYC). It’s in celebration of the cinematic masterpiece with a giant reproduction, never seen before pencil art and multimedia presentations.

“The comics on display for A Jack Kirby Odyssey were painstakingly reproduced from the photocopies of Kirby’s pencil art,” adds Kirby Museum President, Tom Kraft. “The oversized comics at our Kirby 100 birthday celebration at One Art Space were big hits. We expect people will love seeing Kirby’s cosmic pencil art at large size, too.”

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Jack Kirby 100 Highlights Include:

Friday:
5pm – Opening Celebration

Saturday:
1pm – The Jack’d Kirby podcast live!
5pm – Kubrick and Kirby: Mind-Breakers. Hoppe and Romberger in Conversation
7pm – Fake Church with Geoff Grimwood. Improv Comedy!

Sunday:
2pm – Norton’s Odyssey – audio-visual dramatic reading of issues #5&6
4pm – The New Seed! – audio-visual dramatic reading of issue #7
5pm – Closing Celebration

About Us
The Jack Kirby Museum and Research Center is organized exclusively for educational purposes; more specifically, to promote and encourage the study, understanding, preservation, and appreciation of the work of Jack Kirby. Kirby 100 marks our third pop-up event in New York City and we regularly travel the US and Europe putting on and assisting exhibitions and lectures about Mr. Kirby’s life and art.

More programming will be announced shortly. For ongoing updates, check kirbymuseum.org, follow @JackKirbyMuseum on Twitter, and like facebook.com/KirbyMuseum.

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March 22nd, 2014 by Cherry
PREMIERE PROPS TO AUCTION OFF A COLLECTION OF 34 UNCOVERED PHOTOS OF JAMES DEAN  ON SATURDAY, MARCH 22 & SUNDAY, MARCH 23    PLUS OVER 1,000 ITEMS FROM FILM AND TELEVISION

EL SEGUNDO – Premiere Props announced they will be auctioning off a collection of 34 uncovered photos of James Dean, accompanied with their negatives and all reproduction rights granted, on Saturday, March 22 and Sunday, March 23 at their headquarters in El Segundo, CA.  There will be a preview from 9-11am PT with the live auction beginning at 11am PT.

The photographs were taken by Gus Vignolle, journalist and photographer for Sports Illustrated.    Vignolle covered Dean while he raced in a new Porsche Speedster for the first time in Palm Springs on March 26 & 27, 1955.  Additionally, Vignolle published MotoRacing, a new sports car newspaper in October 1955, which included some of these photographs in a four part series.

The negatives have been missing for over 50 years and Vignolle’s daughter Zaz Vignolle Clark recently uncovered them after sorting through her father’s articles and photographs.

Vignolle met James Dean personally at his first race on March 26 and then only raced two more times before his fatal accident in his new 550 Porsche Spyder on his way to a race in Salinas, California.

There is also a personal birthday card from James Dean to Vignolle Clark signed by Dean with additional signatures from his racing organization.

“James Dean is a true American icon,” said Dan Levin, Vice President of Premiere Props.  “We are thrilled to be able to offer fans the chance to own these rare photographs, as they truly are a find.”

In addition to the photographs, there will be over 1000 movie and television props, costumes and rare classic posters auctioned including:

  • GONE WITH THE WIND – curtains that adorned the windows and doorways in Tara, and then some were subsequently used by Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) to create her famous “Curtain Dress.”
  • Ingrid Berman’s Custom Dress From and Stand from Selznick Studios – multi-Oscar winning legend Ingrid Berman’s personal dress form used at the Selznick’s Studios during the 1940’s, when David O. Selznick put her under contract.
  • CLEOPATRA – Roman Army Shield
  • PLANET OF THE APES – John Chambers/Zoyd Luce Gorilla Horse Soldier Head
  • STARGATE SG-1 – Complete Kull Warrior Armor Costume
  • Strands of James Dean’s Hair obtained by Gordon Bau, the make-up supervisor on GIANT
  • Strands of Elvis Presley’s Hair obtained by Presley’s hairstylist and barber, Homer M. Gilleland
  • Strands of Marilyn Monroe’s Hair obtained by legendary and make-up arists Sydney Guilaroff on the set of the ill-fated unfinished feature SOMETHING’S GO TO GIVE
  • 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, – a Stanley Kubrick signed poster 
  • A CLOCKWORK ORANGE – a Stanley Kubrick and Malcolm McDowell signed poster

Fans can starting bidding now, placing bids online at http://www.icollector.com/ andhttp://www.liveauctioneers.comor calling to set up phone bidding with a Premiere Props representative.

Collectors can place proxy bids until the Hollywood Extravaganza Auction goes LIVE at 11am PT on Saturday, March 22 and Sunday, March 23.

For more information, please visit http://www.premiereprops.com or http://www.hollywoodliveauctions.com or call (310) 322-PROP / (888) 761-PROP.

About Premiere Props

Premiere Props is the leading marketing memorabilia company to market, authenticate, package, and distribute exclusive movie memorabilia. Since 2001, Premiere Props has represented over 600 movies to date and continues to grow strong. Premiere Props works with some of the largest motion picture studios and independent distributors in the world, such as Paramount Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox, Miramax, MGM, The Weinstein Company, Sony Screen Gems, Lionsgate, TriStar, Spyglass, Alcon and many more.

 

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February 1st, 2014 by Cherry

<sigh> I’d LOVE to have a cool signed poster from A Clockwork Orange but would pass on the ‘collectible’ hair from James Dean, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis.  I’m a huge fan of James but no hair YES to the photos.  What would you buy if you had the money to buy one of these rare items?

PREMIERE PROPS TO AUCTION OFF A COLLECTION OF
34 UNCOVERED PHOTOS OF JAMES DEAN
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 22 AND SUNDAY, MARCH 23
PLUS OVER 1,000 ITEMS FROM FILM AND TELEVISION

EL SEGUNDO – Premiere Props announced they will be auctioning off a collection of 34 uncovered photos of James Dean, accompanied with their negatives and all reproduction rights granted, on Saturday, March 22 and Sunday, March 23 at their headquarters in El Segundo, CA.  There will be a preview from 9-11am PT with the live auction beginning at 11am PT.

The photographs were taken by Gus Vignolle, journalist and photographer for Sports Illustrated.    Vignolle covered Dean while he raced in a new Porsche Speedster for the first time in Palm Springs on March 26 & 27, 1955.  Additionally, Vignolle published MotoRacing, a new sports car newspaper in October 1955, which included some of these photographs in a four part series.

The negatives have been missing for over 50 years and Vignolle’s daughter Zaz Vignolle Clark recently uncovered them after sorting through her father’s articles and photographs.

Vignolle met James Dean personally at his first race on March 26 and then only raced two more times before his fatal accident in his new 550 Porsche Spyder on his way to a race in Salinas, California.

There is also a personal birthday card from James Dean to Vignolle Clark signed by Dean with additional signatures from his racing organization.

“James Dean is a true American icon,” said Dan Levin, Vice President of Premiere Props.  “We are thrilled to be able to offer fans the chance to own these rare photographs, as they truly are a find.”

In addition to the photographs, there will be over 1000 movie and television props, costumes and rare classic posters auctioned including:

  • GONE WITH THE WIND – curtains that adorned the windows and doorways in Tara, and then some were subsequently used by Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) to create her famous “Curtain Dress.”
  • Ingrid Berman’s Custom Dress From and Stand from Selznick Studios – multi-Oscar winning legend Ingrid Berman’s personal dress form used at the Selznick’s Studios during the 1940’s, when David O. Selznick put her under contract.
  • CLEOPATRA – Roman Army Shield
  • PLANET OF THE APES – John Chambers/Zoyd Luce Gorilla Horse Soldier Head
  • STARGATE SG-1 – Complete Kull Warrior Armor Costume
  • Strands of James Dean’s Hair obtained by Gordon Bau, the make-up supervisor on GIANT
  • Strands of Elvis Presley’s Hair obtained by Presley’s hairstylist and barber, Homer M. Gilleland
  • Strands of Marilyn Monroe’s Hair obtained by legendary and make-up arists Sydney Guilaroff on the set of the ill-fated unfinished feature SOMETHING’S GO TO GIVE
  • 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, – a Stanley Kubrick signed poster 
  • A CLOCKWORK ORANGE – a Stanley Kubrick and Malcolm McDowell signed poster

 

 

 

 

Fans can starting bidding now, placing bids online at http://www.icollector.com/ andhttp://www.liveauctioneers.comor calling to set up phone bidding with a Premiere Props representative.

Collectors can place proxy bids until the Hollywood Extravaganza Auction goes LIVE at 11am PT on Saturday, March 22 and Sunday, March 23.

For more information, please visit http://www.premiereprops.com or http://www.hollywoodliveauctions.com or call (310) 322-PROP / (888) 761-PROP.

About Premiere Props

Premiere Props is the leading marketing memorabilia company to market, authenticate, package, and distribute exclusive movie memorabilia. Since 2001, Premiere Props has represented over 600 movies to date and continues to grow strong. Premiere Props works with some of the largest motion picture studios and independent distributors in the world, such as Paramount Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox, Miramax, MGM, The Weinstein Company, Sony Screen Gems, Lionsgate, TriStar, Spyglass, Alcon and many more.

 

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