New work by Annie Leibovitz at the American Art Museum
"Annie Leibovitz: Pilgramage" opens today at the American Art Museum. Known for her portraits, this collection contains no one person and is all of landscape.
She took all of the images while traveling across the United States between 2009 and 2011, according to the Washington Post.
The content of the photos include items such as a pigeon skeleton belonging to Charles Darwin, Louisa May Alcott's dolls, and a botanical sample from John Muir's collection. The majority of the work seems to focus on talented women in American history and landscape.
The exhibit will last from January 20 to May 20, 2012. The museum is open daily from 11:30am-7pm.
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