"Elvis at 21: Photographs by Alfred Wertheimer," is a collection of 56 digital pigment prints made from Wertheimer's photographs taken between March and July 1956, when he traveled with Elvis for about 10 days. The exhibit is part of a Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Tour kicked off in January 2011 at the
Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
Wertheimer photographs capture the last private moments Elvis Presley enjoyed. They are the last images of Elvis as an individual... These are the last quiet moments of "Elvis being Elvis"
Two Andy Warhol paintings of Elvis Presley and Marlon Brando sold for a combined $151.5 million at Christie’s in New York. “Triple Elvis,” a 1963 silkscreen of Presley in a publicity image for the movie “Flaming Star” in which he is shown as a cowboy with a gun, sold for $81.9 million. The almost 7-foot-tall work, in which Warhol repeated the image three times, had an estimate of more than $60 million.