ELIZABETH TAYLOR: INTIMATE SHOTS EXHIBITION
Friday 6th November 2015 | Eva
A set of never-seen-before intimate pictures of Elizabeth Taylor has been released to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her commitment to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS.
She has been the pioneer of the fight against AIDS/HIV, a taboo topic back in the `80s which, unfotunately, is still a murky subject nowadays.
Ghetty Images gallery is hosting GRIT & GLAMOUR, an exhibition dedicated to the amazing actress.
On show are hugely intimate shots of her across different moments in her life. You will have the opportunity to see her smiling, yawning, and posing on set or with her family.
She is not only inspiring for her incredibly beautiful sensuality, but also because she was one of the few worldwide stars who used her fame and power to do something good for the world.
It all started back in 1984 when her long-time friend Rock Hudson died of AIDS. The Elizabeth Taylor Foundation (opened in 1991) is still delivering direct care and all sort of support to people living with the disease throughout the world.
HURRY to see this great temporary exposition, closing tomorrow 7th November.
It will give you an extraordinary feeling of excitement as it Elizabeth`s splendor and, hopefully, about how many famous people in the world are doing the same for different causes. Additionally, it will make you think about you as a normal person can do about the topic.
Not only a fashion icon and a legend but also a life role model!!
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