KK Breitling Gallery 2015 


Tamara de Lempicka - Torino, Italy 2015

Exhibition Marina Picasso Cannes France 2013
Honoring Carlton Hotel 100th Anniversary

PepsiCo Italy launches Marilyn Monroe can

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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PepsiCo Italy has launched a Pepsi Light limited-edition can to celebrate the life of Marilyn Monroe. Sid Maurer, an artist famous for his paintings of Marilyn, was selected by PepsiCo Italy to create a design that captures the film icon's charisma, femininity and sex appeal.

The Marilyn Monroe can is on sale throughout Italy and currently on view in the U.S. at the "Marilyn Monroe | Tribute to a Female Icon" exhibition at Galleria Ca'd'Oro, Miami, Florida.


Oct 4th 2006: Marilyn Goldberg, President of MMI, was the guest visitor for the opening of the Tamara de Lempicka retrospective at the Palazzo Reale, Milano,
on behalf of the artist’s granddaughter Victoria de Lempicka. The exhibition marked the return of Tamara 80 years after her very first solo exhibition in the same location! There
was an overwhelming response from the public(see below) and in the press, including a large feature in Italy’s “CHI” magazine.

International Exhibitions

Exhibitions and organizations Endorsed by MMI

The Metropolitan Opera & Organizations that have produced opera at the Metropolitan Opera

The present Metropolitan Opera House, with approximately 3,800 seats, is located at Lincoln Center at Lincoln Square in the Upper West Side and was designed by architect Wallace K. Harrison. Although west-east roads do not run through Lincoln Center itself, the Metropolitan Opera House is parallel to the block from West 63rd Street to West 64th .*See Chagall Tapestries in left and right windows.

New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York City

Organizations endorsed and Promoted by MMI with Concert  Merchandisng and Marketing Programs

A Tribute to Lorin Maazels 70 Year Tenure


MMI collaborated and endorsed  London’s Royal Academy, during the spring of 2004 to organize the first major Lempicka retrospective in the UK. Her elegant and extravagant lifestyle was documented in its totality by this stunning exhibit which featured 55 works loaned from various galleries and private collectors.MMI prepared all of the banners and promotions for the exhibition center.

MMI represents Victoria de Lempicka, granddaughter of Tamara, and made all necessary arrangements for European press and media to interview Victoria, who arrived in London to open the exhibition on May 18, 2004. Eleven years of work went into preparing the details that formed the possibility of this great event! Marilyn Goldberg, President of MMI, and Jason LeBlond, Creative Director, were noted in the Royal Academy’s catalogue raisonné for their excellence in set-up of exhibition needs.
MMI developed all the merchandise for the RA’s gift shop, which included a high quality stationery line of calendars, agendas, notebooks, greeting cards, bookmarks and posters by LEM Art Group of Milano, Italy. RA, under official license through MMI, also featured an exhibition catalogue, postcard book, refrigerator magnets, exhibition poster, fashion tops & knickers sets, tote bags and a music cd with tunes from the Art Deco era. In Tamara “larger then life” fashion, an enormous banner utilizing a dramatic photo of Tamara circa 1938, provided by MMI, was displayed outside the exhibition entrance. (Pictured Below.) The retrospective next completed a successful run at The Kunstforum Museum, Vienna in September of 2004.
Further enhancing the resurgence of Art Deco as the New Art Modern a separate exhibition celebrating the entire Art Art Moderne Deco époque,  traveled from London’s V & A to San Francisco’s Legion of Honor and finally MFA, Boston.
Tamara’s “Jeune Fille en Vert (Girl in Green)” was the cover girl Artwork selected by MMI  for all promotional materials for this exhibition.
The International  exhibitions stimulated a myriad of Exhibition Endorsements, and new licensing venues for Tamara the Queen of Modern  so ahead of her times.

The State Hermitage Museum  

Marilyn Goldberg President of Museum Masters was invited for a month to develop a full exhibition entwined licensing and merchandising program for the Collection Catherine The Great.
The Winter Palace was built between 1754 and 1762 for Empress Elizabeth, the daughter of Peter the Great. Unfortunately, Elizabeth died before the palace’s completion and only Catherine the Great and her successors were able to enjoy the sumptuous interiors of Elizabeth’s home.
The Hermitage Museum is the largest art gallery in Russia and is among the largest and most respected art museums in the world.
The museum was founded in 1764 when Catherine the Great purchased a collection of 255 paintings from the German city of Berlin.

The Winter Palace and the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

The Hermitage’s collections include works by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael and Titian, a unique collection of Rembrandts and Rubens, many French Impressionist works by Renoir, Cezanne, Manet, Monet and Pissarro, numerous canvasses by Van Gogh, Matisse, Gaugin and several sculptures by Rodin. The collection and joint venture between the Hermitage and MMI took Marilyn Goldberg over a year to develop, and review all the artifacts with all of the curators in 1990. The collection is both enormous and diverse and is an essential stop for all those interested in art and history. The museum closed it's doors, and miss Goldberg was hosted by each of the curators of each department. It is here she uncovered in the basement the unopened Mattise Line Drawings and photographed them, "The Sleeping Model Series" then licensed to Bruce McGaw graphics for over twenty years."Trying on the dresses of Catherine the Great" and seeing her horses bridals encrusted in Emeralds, was one of the most memorabile moments in my career"

RMA07 Sleigh and Carriage of Catherine the Great
Catherine II
Born: April 21 (May 2), 1729 Szczecin, Pomerania (Prussian Kingdom)
Died: November 6 (17), 1796 Tsarskoye Selo, RussiaThe future Catherine the Great was born a German princess in one of many tiny German states, but ended her life a powerful and enlightened ruler of the vast Russian Empire. In 1745 she married Prince Carl Peter Ulrich, the heir to the Russian throne (the future Emperor Peter III). Being a bright personality with a strong sense of determination she joined the Russian Orthodox Church, learned the Russian language and through personal study acquired a brilliant education. She was proud to be a friend and an active correspondent of some of the brightest thinkers of the day, such as the prominent philosophers of the French Enlightenment, Rousseau and Diderot.
Catherine The Great, Russia
Boston Museum of Fine Artes

Metropolitan Museum 1988 Andy Warhol
Exhibition Sophia Loren