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Looking forward to checking this show out! :DSeptember 12, 2012 4:42 pm at 4:42 pm #513758
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So many cool things going on at the Wex this fall we’re finally going to invest in membership! Normally we hit 3-4 events per year, but with the Studio Ghibli festival and this a membership is well worth it.September 20, 2012 6:32 pm at 6:32 pm #513759
Annie Leibovitz ‘Master Set’ on display at Wexner
Thursday September 20, 2012 3:00 AM
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Images both iconic and intimate by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz will be on display in an exhibition opening Saturday at the Wexner Center for the Arts. The center is devoting its entire gallery space through Dec. 30 to the major presentation.
READ MORE: http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/apexchange/2012/09/20/oh–annie-leibovitz-master-set.htmlSeptember 24, 2012 3:19 pm at 3:19 pm #513760
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Looking forward to seeing her pilgrimage project.September 24, 2012 4:36 pm at 4:36 pm #513761September 24, 2012 5:48 pm at 5:48 pm #513762
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It’s always nice to get some international attention. Looking forward to checking this out.September 24, 2012 6:10 pm at 6:10 pm #513763
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Nice! Very cool to see some international press on this exhibition! :DSeptember 28, 2012 2:17 pm at 2:17 pm #513764
PowerPhilanthropy Friday: Annie Has Not Left the Building
Published on September 28, 2012 9:55 am
By: Nick George, The Columbus Foundation
One of the many great things about the Wexner Center for the Arts is its ability to create innovative activities around the already amazing exhibits. The new Annie Leibovitz show is no exception.
READ MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/powerphilanthropy-friday-annie-has-not-left-the-buildingSeptember 28, 2012 3:01 pm at 3:01 pm #513765
Leibovitz talks about Nixon, Arnold, her mom
Posted: Thursday, September 27, 2012 12:41 pm
By Joel Oliphint | 0 comments
Annie Leibovitz doesn’t often give interviews. Yet she was remarkably transparent and full of stories about her work when she led a group of media professionals on a tour of her new Wexner Center exhibition Friday morning. It was a rare opportunity to get inside the head of one of the world’s best-known photographers of the last 40 years.
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I’ve been through the exhibition twice and it’s very moving. It really connects you to people and certain points in your life.
The international press is great for Columbus and The Wex. I feel like The Wex has a bigger following outside of Columbus than within the city. Whether that’s good or bad, I don’t know, but hopefully that will change and this exhibition will open more eyes to this local institution.September 28, 2012 7:34 pm at 7:34 pm #513767
September 27, 2012
Full court press for Annie
posted by Karen Simonian
From Miami to Montana, Washington, DC to Washington State, media near and far is taking note of our Annie Leibovitz exhibition, featuring her 156-image “Master Set,” on view publicly for the first time. More than 100 outlets across the country and overseas picked up the Associated Press story (and accompanying images), from the San Francisco Chronicle to the Providence Journal to UK’s Daily Mail.
MORE: http://wexarts.org/wexblog/?p=6583October 24, 2012 5:18 pm at 5:18 pm #513768
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼ANNIE LEIBOVITZ RETURNS FOR WEXNER PRIZE EVENTS ￼WEEKEND INCLUDES PRIZE CEREMONY AND PUBLIC CONVERSATION WITH ROLLING STONE PUBLISHER JANN S. WENNER
￼October 24, 2012
Photographer Annie Leibovitz, whose work is on view in a major exhibition at the Wexner Center, returns November 9 and 10 to receive the Wexner Prize and to engage in a public conversation with Rolling Stone magazine founder Jann S. Wenner.
￼Annie Leibovitz discusses her work with longtime friend and colleague Jann S. Wenner, the founder, ￼publisher, and editor of Rolling Stone magazine. Their collaboration at Rolling Stone in the 1970s is legendary, and in the years since, each has gone on to play a profound part in shaping and interpreting our social, cultural, and political history. Wenner is also included in the Wexner Center’s Annie Leibovitz
￼￼￼￼￼Also that weekend, Leibovitz will receive the 14th Wexner Prize in a private ceremony Saturday, November 10 at 7:30 pm. Wexner Center Foundation board chair Leslie H. Wexner comments, “Artistic, adventurous, curious, and deeply committed to creative experimentation, Annie Leibovitz embodies the ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼very ideals of the Wexner Center for the Arts and the Prize. She has delved into myriad facets of American culture with her camera over the last 40-plus years, giving us a fresh perspective on people at the forefront of their respective fields. On the occasion of the exhibition of her work at the Wexner Center this fall, we are thrilled to award the 14th Wexner Prize to Leibovitz.”
The Prize ceremony takes place at the beginning of the Wexner Center’s 23rd Anniversary Party. Later that night, starting at 10:30 pm and running until 2 am, is Last Shot, a GenWex party featuring DJ Venus X, food, drink, and more. Last Shot is open to the public; tickets are $30 for the general public and $20 for Wexner Center members, and available at tickets.wexarts.org or 614-292-3535.
￼Wexner Prize Conversation with Annie Leibovitz and Jann S. Wenner
Friday, November 9 | 5:30 pm
￼￼Mershon Auditorium at the Wexner Center
$20 general public, $15 Wexner Center members and seniors, and free for students.
￼Tickets available at tickets.wexarts.org or 614-292-3535.November 13, 2012 2:27 pm at 2:27 pm #513769
Published on November 13, 2012 7:00 am
By: Jeff Regensburger
Scarlett Johansson, Los Angeles, 2004. © Annie Leibovitz
Let’s start with the most fundamental question; the one we ask when we first set foot in a gallery, the one we ask as our eyes first pan across the works in an exhibition. Let’s start with the question that precedes all subsequent exposition, interpretation and explanation. What are we looking at?
READ MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/annie-leibovitz