Filed under: Exhibitions, Photography | Tags: exhibition, Photography, vanity fair
This week I went to the Vanity Fair exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. The exhibition celebrates 95 years of the famous faces that have graced the cover of this iconic magazine. From Edward Steichen’s striking black and white portrait of screen star Gloria Swanson, taken in 1924, to Annie Leibovitz’s gate fold cover shot of Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley posing nude with fashion designer Tom Ford in 2006, every photograph in the collection exudes an air of glamour. The exhibition runs till 21st September 2008.
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