Skip Navigation, Go To Header
Click to skip to Meet Here navigation item
Click to skip to Plan Your Trip navigation item
Click to skip to Blog navigation item
Click to skip to About navigation item
Click to skip to Search navigation item
back to previous page Back to Previous

Annie Leibovitz Work/Trabajar Exhibit

June 13, 2024 | Wichita Art Museum

ANNIE LEIBOVITZ / WORK features a new group of photographs highlighting current events and exceptional figures in today’s world. Anchored by these new works, the exhibition also features a complementary selection of Leibovitz’s photographs from the past decade. Displayed across both printed and digital mediums, the exhibition offers a dynamic peek into the artist’s contemporary practice and focus. Whether highlighting household names or local heroes, these works demonstrate Leibovitz’s discerning vision and desire to celebrate the extraordinary now. With more than five decades of experience photographing some of the most influential names in entertainment, politics, business, and athletics, Leibovitz has established herself as a keen watcher of society. In 1973, at the age of 23, Leibovitz became Rolling Stone magazine’s Chief Photographer. Through her long-standing work with Vanity Fair and Vogue, Leibovitz further honed her signature blend of grit and grace that has come to define much of her practice. In 1991 she became the first female artist to have a solo show at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.

  • Admission:

    Free for WAM members | $12 for adults & seniors | Free for college students w/ID + youth 18 & under

  • Buy Tickets
  • Recurrence:

    Recurring daily

  • Days:

    May 19, 2024 - September 1, 2024

  • > 2024-06-13 2024-09-01 Annie Leibovitz Work/Trabajar Exhibit <p><em>ANNIE LEIBOVITZ / WORK </em>features a new group of photographs highlighting current events and exceptional figures in today’s world. Anchored by these new works, the exhibition also features a complementary selection of Leibovitz’s photographs from the past decade. Displayed across both printed and digital mediums, the exhibition offers a dynamic peek into the artist’s contemporary practice and focus. Whether highlighting household names or local heroes, these works demonstrate Leibovitz’s discerning vision and desire to celebrate the extraordinary now.<strong> With more than five decades of experience photographing some of the most influential names in entertainment, politics, business, and athletics, Leibovitz has established herself as a keen watcher of society.</strong> In 1973, at the age of 23, Leibovitz became <em>Rolling Stone</em> magazine’s Chief Photographer. Through her long-standing work with <em>Vanity Fair</em> and <em>Vogue</em>, Leibovitz further honed her signature blend of grit and grace that has come to define much of her practice. In 1991 she became the first female artist to have a solo show at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.</p> 1400 W. Museum Blvd. Wichita, KS America/Chicago
Get Directions
Miles Away
View Map