Annie Leibovitz; Anna Wintour: Wonderland


Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz’s surprising – and surprised –
account of her encounters with fashion

‚Looking back at my work, I see that fashion has always been there,‘
Annie Leibovitz observes in the preface to her new book, Wonderland.

‚Fashion plays a part in the scheme of everything, but photography always
comes first for me.
The photograph is the most important part. And photography is so big that
it can encompass journalism, portraiture, reportage, family photographs, fashion. . . .
My work for Vogue fueled the fire for a kind of photography that I might not
otherwise have explored.‘ 


Annie Leibovitz is one of the most influential photographers of our time.
Her career spans five decades, starting in 1970, when she began creating what became her legendary work for Rolling Stone.
Since the early 1980s, she has expanded her repertoire at Vanity Fair and Vogue and in independent projects.
She is the recipient of many honors, including the Centenary Medal of the Royal Photographic Society.

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Annie Leibovitz; Anna Wintour: Wonderland

Sprache: Englisch
448 Seiten, 365 Farbfotos, 290 mm, Leinen gebunden
– Phaidon, Berlin –   
79,95 EUR