Annie Leibovitz Exhibition Coming to Wexner Center This Fall
The Wexner Center announced today that they will be hosting a an exhibition this fall devoted to the work of photographer Annie Leibovitz. Over 200 photos will be on display throughout the entirety of the gallery space at The Wex. The majority of the exhibition consists of work from Leibovitz’s “Master Set”, which is a large collection of images that she personally chose in 2009, and oversaw the printing of large archival prints for the set. The Wexner Center will be the first institution to display the Master Set as a whole.
Annie Leibovitz first became known as a photojournalist working for Rolling Stone in the 1970s and Vanity Fair in the 1980s. By then she had established herself as a rock music photographer and social documentarian. Leibovitz has photographed U.S. presidents from Nixon to Obama as well has hundreds of actors, artists, musicians and more.
The exhibition will be on display from September 21 through December 30, 2012.
More information can be found online at www.wexarts.org.