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Special Event



Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - 7:00pm

Cullen Performance Hall at the University of Houston 
4800 University Dr., Houston, TX 77004


Annie Leibovitz is one of the most influential photographers of our time.

FotoFest proudly partners with Brazos Bookstore to present this exclusive Houston event, An Evening with Annie Leibovitz, to mark the publication of a revised and expanded edition of her book At Work.

During this special evening, Leibovitz will present and discuss a selection of her photographs.Originally published in 2008, Annie Leibovitz at Work was written with young photographers in mind, but it provides an illuminating view of Leibovitz's photographic practice for a broad audience.

There are stories behind some of her best-known images - Richard Nixon's resignation, the Rolling Stones on tour, Queen Elizabeth II - as well as discussions of lighting, cameras, studios, photojournalism, working with writers, and the ten things she is always asked.

Tickets include reserved seating to the lecture and copies of At Work. Top tier tickets include signed copies of At Work and Portraits.


$223 - SOLD OUT - Upfront Seating, includes signed copies of At Work and Portraits

$103 - SOLD OUT - Orchestra Seating, includes a signed copy of At Work

$53 - Rear Orchestra or Balcony Seating, includes an unsigned copy of At Work


PLEASE NOTE - There will be no signing following this event. Select books will be pre-signed only based on ticketing options. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate requests for personalization.


Annie Leibovitz's astute observations of American life have had a prominent place in the cultural landscape for nearly five decades. She has received many honors, including the International Center of Photography's Lifetime Achievement Award, the Centenary Medal of the Royal Photographic Society, the Wexner Prize, and the Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities. She is a Commandeur in the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres and has been designated a Living Legend by the Library of Congress.
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