An Evening with Annie Leibovitz
Join Annie Leibovitz, one of the most influential photographers of our time, for an exclusive event to mark the publication of Wonderland (Phaidon, November 2021).
Fashion has been both the subject of, and the vehicle for, many of Leibovitz’s images, which have graced the covers and interiors of countless publications and magazines around the world. In conversation, Leibovitz will share stories from her ambitious fashion shoots—including looks by designers such Alexander McQueen, Yves Saint Laurent, and Rei Kawakubo—alongside tales of her encounters with a wide and diverse range of icons: from fashion designers such as Stella McCartney and Karl Lagerfeld to Kate Moss, Serena Williams, politicians Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Nancy Pelosi, and cultural figures—Queen Elizabeth II, Lady Gaga, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie—to name a few.
Starting in 1970, when Leibovitz began creating what became her ground-breaking work for Rolling Stone, to her work at Vogue and Vanity Fair in the 1980s, and through to present day, Leibovitz will reflect on her career, the individuals she has photographed, the editors she has worked with, and how her distinctive approach has developed and evolved over the last half century.
Don’t miss the opportunity to spend an evening with the legendary photographer as she grants you a passport to Wonderland, a world where fashion is revealed in unexpected subjects and places, and photography is celebrated in its highest form.
Presented by Fane in partnership with Phaidon.
200 limited edition, signed copies of Wonderland and 300 signed copies of Wonderland are available to purchase with your ticket (front stalls only). Please click PRIORITY BOOKING for more information.
Annie will be signing copies of 'Wonderland' after the event.
Age guidance: 14+. Show running time: 85 minutes. There is no interval for this event.
For those who are unable to attend the live show, this event will also be livestreamed. Worldwide viewing is available and the stream will be available for one week on demand after the initial broadcast, so you can watch at anytime if the initial broadcast time doesn't suit your timezone.