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The Italian espresso experience

by Annie Leibovitz

Annie Leibovitz

Born on October 2, 1949 in Waterbury, Connecticut. She began her career as a photographer in 1970 for Rolling Stone magazine, from which she would become the official photographer. Ten years later, she had done 142 covers and several important photographic reportages. In 1983, she began working with Vanity Fair magazine; in 1993, with Vogue. In addition to photography, she created memorable advertising campaigns. She has also collaborated with many organizations, such as the White Oak Dance Project with Mikhail Baryšnikov and Mark Morris.

She has published several books and put on various exhibitions in America and Europe. Awarded in 2006 by the French Government of the title of Commandeur dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, she has won numerous prizes in her career: from the Lifetime Achievement of the International Center of Photography in New York, to the Centenary Medal of the Royal Photographic Society of London. For her contribution to photography, she has received numerous awards of great prestige all over the world.
 

She was declared a Living Legend by the Library of Congress. She lives in New York with her three children: Sarah, Susan and Samuelle.

Annie Leibovitz interprets Italian style through seven images. A spectacular photographic journey to pay homage to the Belpaese, celebrating its fashion, art, cuisine, seduction, cinema and history. To act as a signpost in this journey, there is of course a cup of Lavazza espresso, the icon par excellence of the Italian lifestyle throughout the world. Annie Leibovitz, the most famous and appreciated living photographer, was elected a Living Legend by the American Library of Congress. She has received numerous highly prestigious international awards for her contribution to photography.

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