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Exhibition of Annie Leibovitz to be Held in Moscow
5.10.2011 15:01
Exhibition of Annie Leibovitz to be Held in Moscow

October, 11th, 2011 in Moscow will see the opening of a photo exhibition of Annie Leibovitz – one of the most popular photographers of our days.
       The exhibition under the name “Life of the photographer 1990-2005” will be housed in the Museum of Personal Collections. The exhibition will run till December, 11th.
       Annie Leibovitz is a photographer, who doesn't shun working in most diverse genres. In her portfolio one can find photos in the genre of landscape, nu, genre and reportage sketches, still-life, and interior photos.
       However, Anni gained fame thanks to photos of celebrities that she took while working for the Vanity Fair magazine.
       The exhibition runs till 15th January 2012.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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