Eve Arnold

Marilyn Monroe at the gambling tables. Reno, Nevada, 1960

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Almost entirely self-taught in the art of photography, Eve Arnold possessed not only an innate skill for image-making but an extraordinary ability to connect with her many subjects. Joining Magnum in 1957 as the agency’s first female photographer, Arnold captured on film some of the most significant individuals and groups of the era. She is well known for her intimate portraits of Marilyn Monroe, with whom she became good friends. Other significant projects include her documentation of the Nation of Islam and the world of black fashion in 1950s Harlem. Pictured here, Marilyn Monroe attends a casino during the filming of John Houston’s ‘The Misfits’. While on location in Nevada, John Huston spent long hours, sometimes entire nights, at the gambling tables in Reno. Marilyn Monroe went with him on just one occasion. Nevada, 1960.


Digital fibre print
Open edition
Estate stamped

12 x 16 in / 30 x 40 cm
16 x 20 in / 40 x 50 cm
20 x 24 in / 50 x 60 cm


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