Madonna in Photographs

Morrison Hotel Gallery proudly presents our collection of Madonna photographs. Madonna mesmerized fans with her eponymous first album in 1983 which included the hit singles "Borderline," "Lucky Star" and "Holiday." Soon, girls all over the country were imitating Madonna's distinct sense of fashion, which included fishnet stockings, lace lingerie, fingerless gloves and large crucifix necklaces. The song "Holiday" also earned the singer an appearance on Dick Clark's American Bandstand in 1984. During her interview on the show, she told Clark that her main ambition was "to rule the world." She got pretty close - with a very long successful career as a music artist, the Queen of Pop, an actor and leading cultural trendsetter, she's reigned supreme. Explore our pictures of Madonna for sale below.


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