The exhibition Includes New Benefit Edition Supporting COVID-19 relief efforts, Black Lives Matter, and the Equal Justice Initiative. American photographer Annie Leibovitz will debut a new print in an edition of 100 to coincide with her forthcoming online exhibition ‘Still Life,’ opening on 8 June. As part of Hauser & Wirth’s #artforbetter initiative and in support of the urgent fight to dismantle systemic racism and police brutality in America, 100% of the proceeds of sales of ‘Upstate,’ a work comprising a grid of photographs Leibovitz has taken while in quarantine, will be split equally between Black Lives Matter, the Equal...
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