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ANNIE LEIBOVITZ The early years, 1970-1983
Over the past six years, the LUMA Foundation has nurtured a series of ongoing collaborations
with several artists, resulting in a Living Archive Program that integrates diverse forms of artistic
production, including photography, design, literature, film, and dance, and makes these resources
available to students, scholars, artists, and visitors. In anticipation of the completion of the
building that will house this dynamic program of exhibitions and scholarly projects, the LUMA
Foundation is pleased to announce the acquisition and inaugural exhibition of the archives of
legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz (b. 1949), who has created iconic portraits for nearly
fifty years. Intended as the first of several major projects dedicated to the study and
reinterpretation of the artist’s living archives, Annie Leibovitz Archive Project #1: The Early
Years consists of over eight thousand photographs taken between 1968 and 1983, traces her
development as a young artist, and follows her successes in the 1970s as she documented the
culture that defined this pivotal era. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue produced
by Taschen in collaboration with the LUMA Foundation.
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