Thursday 13 November 19.00
Thursday 11 December 19.00
Sunday 11 January 10.30
Free but tour tickets are required. Available on the day, from 17.00 (10.00 on Sunday) on a first come, first served basis, in addition to a timed exhibition ticket.
Thursday 20 November 13.15*
Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer’s Life
Thursday 15 January 13.15*
Rolling Stone to Vanity Fair: Leibovitz as Photojournalist
Thurs 27 November 19.00*
Sun 30 November 15.00*
Dir. Rebecca Frayn, 1993
Documentary made in early 1990s, featuring an interview with Leibovitz, who reveals the deep passion that drives her work (51 mins).
Sun 14 December 15.00*
Thurs 18 December 19.00*
Thurs 1 January 15.00*
Sun 4 January 15.00*
Thurs 8 January 19.00*
Annie Leibovitz: Life through a Lens
Dir. Barbara Leibovitz, 2006
Barbara Leibovitz’s documentary portrait of her sister, including vintage footage of Leibovitz during the 1960s and contributions from Hillary Clinton, Mick Jagger and George Clooney (58mins).
Thurs 27 and Fri 28 November 18.00-20.30 OR
Sat 1 November 10.30-17.00
The Celebrity Portrait Workshop
Practical workshop, led by photographer Gisela Torres. Participants will explore Leibovitz’s photography, working with large format studio cameras and lighting. No previous experience necessary.
Tickets: £50/£40 concessions and Gallery Supporters (includes exhibition entry)
Wed 29 - Fri 31 October 11.00-16.00
Three-day Workshop 50 Pieces of Personal Info
Construct your own multiple data portrait, featuring personal information required for the forthcoming ID cards. Inspired by the Leibovitz exhibition and led by artists Melissa Bliss and Miranda Lopatkin, in partnership with FreqOUT! For ages 14-21.
A screening of the work will follow on Friday 31 October at 17.00.
Sunday 7 December 13.00 - 16.00
Sunday Session: Public v Private
Explore the themes of the public and the private in this digital photography workshop. Led by artist Marc Woodhead and photographer Olivia Hemingway.
Advance booking essential via firstname.lastname@example.org
* Event takes place in the Ondaatje Theatre