Annie Leibovitz is a master of not only the camera, but also of visionary creativity, and she’s coming to the Long Center this fall, with tickets already on sale for her appearance in Dell Hall, November 13th.
“Annie Leibovitz is one of the most aesthetically gifted photographers alive,” says The Guardian. From following the Rolling Stones on their 1970s tour to photographing world icons and celebrities—Queen Elizabeth II, John Lennon, Leonard Cohen, Barack Obama—the list can literally go on. Leibovitz’s uncanny talent behind the lens has marked her as one of the most notable and influential photographers of our time.
Her phenomenal works have been on the face of Vogue, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone for years. They’ve been displayed in museums and have been the subject of delight and controversy, alike. Her photographs have captured iconic moments in history, and her portraits display impeccable emotions in single shots.
Now, Leibovitz is granting access to never-before-published photographs in her follow-up to her preview two works, titled Annie Leibovitz: Portraits 2005 – 2016. This newly-released book will contain photographs that capture “contemporary culture,” combining it with Leibovitz’s “wit and uncanny ability to personalize even the most recognizable and distinguished figures.” Pull up a chair, won’t you?
We invite you to join us in a conversation with Annie Leibovitz celebrating her newly-released book, November 13 at 7:30pm. Get your tickets now!