Annie Leibovitz has photographed musicians, actors, and writers since the early 1970's. She has captured some of the most enduring images of our time. Her iconic photographs have been seen in such publications as Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Vogue, The New York Times Magazine, and The New Yorker. Among other honors, Leibovitz has been made a Commandeur des Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government and has been designated a living legend by the Library of Congress. Her first museum show, Photographs: Annie Leibovitz 1970-1990, took place in 1991 at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC and toured internationally for six years. At the time she was only the second living portraitist -- and the only woman -- to be featured in an exhibition by the institution.