Five photographs of Marilyn Monroe are being exhibited at the Opéra Gallery. They come from the archives of Paris Match and were taken by two somewhat forgotten photographers, Paul Slade and Nick de Morgoli. Both were correspondents in the New York bureau of Paris Match. Paul Slade (1924–1979) was born in Brooklyn and spent twenty-five years at the New York bureau. He was the perfect New York reporter, marking his territory and making way for no one. His real passion was boxing, and he took several beautiful photographs of Cassius Clay.
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