Posts Tagged ‘Annie Leibovitz’

Arts Roundup: Rules Are There Ain’t No Rules Edition

Gore Vidal has died. [New York Times]
No Rules Theatre Company is moving to Arlington, where it will be in residence at Signature Theatre [Post]
Robert Redford and Annie Leibovitz drop by Washington Post HQ for a Watergate 40th anniversary photo shoot [Post]
An office building on 18th Street NW gets a Sol LeWitt drawing for its lobby, with [...]

Reviewed: “Wild Things” at Adamson Gallery

The exhibit at Adamson Gallery may be called “Wild Things,” but beyond William Wegman’s polished Weimaraner portraits—which are charming as always (below)—the exhibit might as well be called “Dead Things.” If you don’t like being freaked out, beware the owls. The one in Jim Dine’s 1996 photogravure has an eerily lifelike eye that stares straight [...]

This Week in WCP Arts: The Answers Isssue, Annie Leibovitz, Sean Born

On the cover of this week's City Paper is The Answers Issue, in which we take a whack at our readers' most pressing queries. Therein, you'll find lots of questions and answers related to arts and cultures, including: Can an actor make a middle-class living in D.C.? Does anyone ever win the myriad contests City [...]

Don’t Be Bored: Annie Leibovitz at P&P

Late but essential!
You may have a set of images that come to mind when someone says “Annie Leibovitz.” Those probably include celebrities in various stages of undress, but so expressive and artfully staged that their famous identities slip away. Leibovitz’s new collection, Pilgrimage, is a dramatic departure, and yet not: These scenes have no people, but [...]

Tonight: Photographer of the (Rock) Gods Danny Clinch

Making a living as a rock 'n' roll photographer ain't easy, but David Clinch seems to be doing alright. He's snapped shots of iconic pop legends, from Dylan and Springsteen to James Brown and Jay-Z, and he's directed films for  Pearl Jam and John Mayer. Clinch's style makes the greats look even greater, and he's [...]

Arts Roundup: The Oliver Stone and Over-Sized Chairs Edition

Morning, folks! Another dreadfully gorgeous 96-degree day in the District. Summer's really trying to make an impression–have a drink!
Don't forget, the U.S. faces off against Algeria this morning at 10 a.m. If futbol doesn't interest you, famed photographer Annie Leibovitz has the sizzling men on file, or you could stay cool at The Fridge DC, [...]

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