Marilyn Monroe, Mick Jagger, Michael Jackson & More in Photos from drkrm 

Art Shay, The Supremes backstage, Detroit, 1965 / Courtesy drkrm.
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drkrm recently went dark in Chinatown, closing the doors to its exhibition space. As a memorial to it and the countless noteworthy photographs that have graced its walls since opening in 2005, we give you a few highlights from some of the gallery's most memorable exhibits. Included are works by photographers Art Shay and Ansel Adams, as well as pieces from the "Remembering Marilyn" (Monroe) show, and "Mick & Friends."

But drkrm hasn't faded to black. The gallery continues to represent artists through site-specific exhibitions and online at Amazon Art.
Published on October 14, 2013
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