COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Images both iconic and intimate by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz will be on display in an exhibition opening Saturday at the Wexner Center for the Arts.
The center is devoting its entire gallery space through Dec. 30 to the major presentation.
It centers around Leibovitz's "Master Set," 156 images from her long career photographing celebrities, politicians and cultural events. The Wexner is the first institution to display the special edition of large prints as a whole.
The show also features images from Leibovitz's "Pilgrimage," a project featuring photographs of interiors, landscapes, and talismanic objects attached to historical figures ranging from Abraham Lincoln to Elvis Presley.
A lobby display highlights past Wexner artists whom Leibovitz has photographed.
Opening events, including a member preview and Ohio State student party, kick off Thursday.