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Annie Leibovitz is launching a travelling exhibit

The 10-city tour will include Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo and New York

By Liz Bautista | Published: 21 Aug 2015

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Annie Leibovitz has been commissioned by the Union Bank of Switzerland for an exhibit, which will feature portraits of notable women. It is a continuation of Women, the photographer's 1999 exhibit and book (in collaboration with the late writer Susan Sontag), which featured the likes of Hillary Clinton, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Gloria Steinem.

The women in this latest exhibit have been yet to be revealed, but Annie aims to "reflect the changes in the roles of women today" in her portraits. The pop-up exhibition will launch in London in January 2016, and will travel to nine other cities such as Tokyo, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mexico City, Istanbul, Frankfurt, New York, and Zurich over the next months. 

The exhibition will also be free to the public, so there is no reason for you to miss this inspiring project if you are in any of those cities.

Related: Louis Vuitton to launch 'Series 3' exhibition


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