The epic collection of Annie Leibovitz’s work, now available with a signed and numbered ChromaLuxe metal print For over 50 years, Annie Leibovitz has been creating a body of work that is unequaled in breadth and influence. From the viscerally immediate reportage made for Rolling Stone magazine in the 1970s and extending through the more stylized portraiture of her work for Vanity Fair and Vogue, her pictures make up what is essentially a family album of our time. In 2014, in close collaboration with Annie, TASCHEN published a SUMO edition of her work: over 200 photographs, many of them famous (the naked John Lennon entwined in a last embrace with Yoko Ono, Patti Smith on fire) and some rarely, if ever, seen before. In 2022, to accommodate a wider audience, this volume was recreated as an unlimited XXL edition. The XXL volume is now available as an Art Edition in four different versions, each accompanied by a signed, numbered and framed dye-sublimation ChromaLuxe aluminum print. Keith Haring, New York City, 1986 is included in an edition of 1,000 copies. The Keith Haring portrait was made on a set constructed to look like someone’s living room, painted white. When Haring arrived, he added the black lines in less than an hour. He had agreed that he would paint himself too, which he did, at first just his torso. But then he and Annie decided that he should paint the rest of him. Annie’s pictures are at once intimate and iconic, stylistically wide-ranging while also uniquely hers. Art Edition “Keith Haring” (No. 1–1,000). Hardcover volume in a slipcase, accompanied by a numbered, signed, and framed dye-sublimation ChromaLuxe aluminum print of Keith Haring, New York City, 1986.
SizeHardcover in slipcase: 10.5h x 14.5"wPrint: 24h x 19.5"w
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