About The Archives
The Archives, LLC was originally formed in the mid-1990’s by Joshua Greene, the son of legendary 20th Century celebrity and fashion photographer, Milton H. Greene, as a way for Joshua to protect and restore Milton’s photographic legacy as well as to provide curating services for the 300,000 images in his father’s collection. Along the way, Joshua became an expert in estate curation, developing techniques for selecting the most important images from a graphic, historical and financial perspective. His evaluation process determines which images will get the best traction in popularity and financial return. Joshua spent years researching ways to restore and preserve his father’s photographs as well as cataloging and promoting Milton’s vast body of work all over the world. As a result, The Archives, LLC has been at the forefront of the estate curating, digital imaging and the large format printing revolution in Fine Art Photography.
Over the past two decades, Joshua Greene has expanded The Archives, LLC from representation, licensing and printing of our collection of archival copyrighted imagery to offering our services to some of the greatest celebrity photographers of the 20th Century and well-known artists. Our clientele also utilize The Archives, LLC as a fulfillment house for their own personal preservation and maintenance of digital assets including: estate curation, photo restoration, licensing, printing and sales as well as representation for live and online Gallery exhibitions.
The Archives, LLC is expanding its horizons and is now open to review new clientele for representation in all genres and media including fashion, entertainment, sports and journalism. Joshua Greene’s more than 40 years of experience, knowledge and connections are now available to anyone in need of assistance with their photographic collection, endowment or estate. The Archives, LLC can help photographers and artists develop a business plan for an organized and prioritized plan of action for licensing and gallery shows, while our in-house print lab offers the opportunity to have your work printed, packed and shipped directly to galleries and clients. We also have a network of Art Brokers who sell privately to buyers who want to remain anonymous.
Limited Edition Prints
In addition to curation of gallery hosted shows, representation, licensing and printing, thearchivesstore.com, offers for retail a selection of limited edition numbered and signed prints, including art prints and posters from a timeless era of fashion and celebrity. With a collection consisting of, but not limited to, unique and rarely seen images of Marilyn Monroe, in addition to candid photographs of Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn and Judy Garland, The Archives, LLC’s photographic collection has something for everyone. Whether you are a seasoned collector or just starting out, The Archives, LLC will be glad to assist in finding that perfect gift or personal art piece.
The Archives, LLC has a distinguished line-up of galleries and Museums with whom we have collaborated in Barcelona, Madrid, Zurich, Paris, Cannes, Monaco, Belgium, Amsterdam, Florence, Prague, Rome, London, New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, Miami, Savannah, Toronto, Sydney, Singapore and Tokyo.
Our in house, high quality print lab is available for any photographer or artist’s needs with shipping and professional packaging to any location, international and domestic. The Archives, LLC’s in house production studio produces large format, high-quality fine art prints for photographers, artists and private clients from all over the world. Our state-of-the-art prints are produced on an Epson Stylus Pro 11880 and 7900 printers utilizing media that combines the artistry of traditional photography with the ease and control of digital output, creating prints that are more stable compared to traditional printing methods and that rival the dark room era prints of old. These prints, based on 100% Natural Rag medias combined with pigment inks, typically have an archival lifetime of over 200 years (based on museum lighting standards). In addition, we have also completed custom works for clients requesting images on Canvas, Metal and Glass.
The Archives, LLC has provided images for print in countless editorial magazines and newspapers such as Vanity Fair, Vogue, Allure, GQ, Architectural Digest, People, Time, Life, A&E, Newsweek, Playboy and TV Guide, as well as some of the biggest publishers in the world, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Random House, Abrams, Schirmer Mosel and Harper Collins.
We also manage the rights of reproduction for all commercial use for advertisements or products. Some of our clients are; Citibank, MasterCard, Volkswagen, Dior, Capitol Records, Trevco, Emi, RCA Records, Pyramid Posters, Artissimo, Marilyn Merlot, Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, Sexy Hair, Mac Cosmetics and beyond.
Contact The Archives, LLC directly to inquire about licensing for commercial or editorial reproduction rights or any other enquires.
If you are interested in Commercial Licensing of The Marilyn Monroe images only, please contact our agents, Authentic Brands Group (ABG) at: 100 West 33rd street, New York, NY 10001.
Jim Gibb E: email@example.com T# 1-212-760-2410 X 2415 or
Katie Jones E: firstname.lastname@example.org T# 1-212-760-2410 X 2519
If you are interested in commercial licensing of any non-Marilyn Monroe imagery and or editorial rights of our Marilyn Monroe collection, (editorial use can be exhibition, T.V., film, stage, trade shows and reproduction in print or electronic media), please contact The Archives, LLC directly.