http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/161147

Rare Marilyn Monroe Photos Displayed in Nevada

Posted Apr 7, 2007 by Lisa Angotti

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070407/ap_en_mo/art_misfits_exhibit

A photographer who was hired to document the making of the Monroe film "The Misfits" shares the images with the world in a new exhibit in Nevada. Also included in the exhibit are images of Monroe's former husband, playwright Arthur Miller.
Now through July 15, fans of the late Marilyn Monroe can see some rare photos of her at the Nevada Art Museum.
The exhibit is called "Inge Morath: Road to Reno," and it features images from photographer Inge Morath of Monroe, Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift and other stars of "The Misfits." Also included in the exhibit are images of Monroe's former husband, playwright Arthur Miller, who wrote "The Misfits."
The exhibit features mostly black and white photos -- 70 of them -- which document the photographer's trip from Reno to New York as she was paid to follow the shooting of the offbeat film about a group of Nevada loners.
"(Morath) is not interested in simply capturing the star power and the legends," said Ann Wolfe, the museum's curator. "She was looking for a greater truth behind the surface. It was a bittersweet melancholy encapsulated in some of her photos."
"The Misfits" was the only movie Monroe and Gable appeared in together, and it was the last one each of them appeared in.