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Annie Leibovitz/ Irving Penn

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on 7 October 2012

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Annie Leibovitz/ Irving Penn Annie Leibovitz Born October 2, 1949 in Waterbury, Connecticut General information Developed a liking for art, specifically photography in high school Attended the San Francisco Art Institute where she studied painting After she graduated she spent many years working in photography Career Worked ten years as Rolling Stone Magazine's chief photographer Inspired by Robert Frank and Henri Cartier-Bresson Served as the concert-tour photographer of the Rolling Stones Tour of the Americas in '75 Photographed for an American Express leading her to winning a Clio award In '91 she became the first woman to have her art shown in the National Portrait Gallery From 2006-2007 an exhibit of her work was shown in the Brooklyn Museum
that was based on her book Leibovitz: A Photographer's Life, 1990–2005 The exhibit was also displayed at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Leigon of Honor She took the famous suggestive photos of Miley Cyrus and many other celebrities click now Photographed for Disney Awards Clio award Infinity award Distinguished photographer award 2003 Works Irving Penn General information Born on June 16, 1917 in Plainfield, New Jersey Attended the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art Became Art Director at Saks Fifth Avenue in 1940 Started his photography career at vogue magazine in 1943 Died at age 92 on October 7, 2009 Career Worked for 3 years at Saks Fifth Avenue as the art director He later was offered a photography position at Vogue magazine by his friend Alexander Liberman He is best known for his fashion photography and cover photos for Vogue but also worked for places like De Beers and Clinique In his spare he traveled the world and took photos of almost every still life object imaginable Irving Penn's work has been displayed in over 30 exhibitions in places from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris He has also wrote 11 books about himself, photography and art in general Awards The Hasselblad Award- an international award given for major photographic achievements Works End End
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