“The project was never done." Annie Leibovitz revisits “Women,” her series from 1999. “Women: New Portraits” includes photos of Elizabeth Warren, Lena Dunham, Serena Williams and Adele. via The New York Times - Lens - Photography
When Dorothy Pitman Hughes (right) was 10, her father was beaten by the Ku Klux Klan and left for dead on the family's front porch in rural Georgia. She prayed that if God saved her father's life, she would dedicate hers to making the world a better place. Later, she started a day care saying "too many women were being forced to leave their children home alone while they worked to feed their families." Her work caught the attention of women's rights activist Gloria Steinem (left).
I love to play strippers and to imitate them. I love using that idea for comedy, but the idea of actually going there? I feel like we all need to be better than that. That industry needs to die, by all of us being a little bit better than that. ~ Tina Fey
2017 Pirelli Calendar: Julianne Moore, Nicole Kidman, and More Appear Unretouched
In 2016, Annie Leibovitz took the Pirelli calendar in a new direction. Instead of featuring top models in lingerie, as in many of the previous 50 editions, the famed photographer shot Serena Williams, Tavi Gevinson, Yoko Ono, and other “strong but natural women who have achieved something.” The tire