Annie Liebovitz's witty and powerful portraits have defined American popular culture for more than two decades. First seen in 'Rolling Stone' in the 1970s and then 'Vanity Fair' in the 1980s, her photographs of musicians and actors, politicians and athletes, dancers and artists have become icons of the times in their own right. They are audacious, graphically bold, and yet surprisingly intimate. This result is work that is honest and revealing in an original way. Her photographs are unforgettable.
This book collects the most famous images as well as many unpublished pictures and a generous samplings of early black and white work.