Annie Leibovitz is known around the world for her iconic portraits of celebrities. You may also know her for the book "Women" she created with Susan Sontag in 1999, featuring a series of photographs of women from an array of backgrounds. Now she is bringing some of that work back, along with many more new photos in an exhibition commissioned by UBS, called Women: New Portraits, conceived to reflect the changes in the roles of women today.
The exhibition is traveling to 10 cities around the world over the course of twelve months and has just arrived from London to San Francisco at the Presidio's Crissy Field. Tickets are free, but reservations are recommended. At the end of the tour, a set of the new photographs will enter the UBS Art Collection.
Lauren sat down with Annie Leibovitz at the opening of her show in San Francisco.