Including photographs by Annie Leibovitz.
Home Vision Arts, Chicago, 1997.
Annie Leibovitz defined the style of celebrity portrait as caricature in the eighties working for Rolling Stone magazine. Her images of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Bette Middler, and Arnold Schwartzanegger are part of the cannon of superstardom, humanizing stars through irony and play. This film helps get at the photographer behind the photographs. 51 minutes, VHS.
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