Snapshot of a quiet pilgrim: the hidden side of Annie Leibovitz


Think of Annie Leibovitz and pictures of beautiful men and women swim to mind – the sorts of polished, scenario-led portraits with which the American photographer has been charming the readers of Vanity Fair and Vogue since the 1980s...

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