17 janvier 2010

Annie Leibovitz: John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Richard Gere, Jamie Lee Curtis, Steven Spielberg & Pamela Anderson

Annie  Leibovitz, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, the Dakota, N.Y. December 8, 1980, 1980 Dye bleach print. 34.2 x 33.9 in. Estimate: from $25,000 to $35,000 Notes: This is the last portrait ever taken of John Lennon. On December 8, 1981. A few hours after posing for this photograph with his wife, contemporary artist Yoko Ono, Lennon stepped outside his residence in The Dakota in New York where he was fatally shot four times in the back by stalker Mark David Chapman. In January 1981, the image appeared on the cover of... [Lire la suite]
18 novembre 2009

Louis Vuitton Auction Raises a Total 495,000 to Benefit the Red Cross

Louis Vuitton offered six masters of savoir-faire the opportunity to create a unique special order that embodies their exceptional expertise in their respective professions. Photo: Sotheby's LONDON.- Louis Vuitton organised an auction co-hosted by Sotheby’s London at its New Bond Street premises, where seven Special Orders, created by masters of savoir-faire, were sold for a total of £495,000. All proceeds from this auction will be donated to the Nigerien Red Cross Fighting Malnutrition Programme. This programme aims to... [Lire la suite]
06 octobre 2009

Luxury Brand Louis Vuitton Celebrates Savoir-Faire with Creations by Six Artists to benefit the ‘Red Cross’

Red Cross Kit. Monogram canvas with red cross motif. Open: 39 by 28 by 70 cm. Estimate: £10,000–15,000. Photo: Sotheby's LONDON.- The luxury brand Louis Vuitton, synonymous with the art of travel and highly qualified craftsmanship, collaborates this year with six masters of savoir-faire and creates six limited-edition Special Orders to benefit the ‘Red Cross’. Sotheby’s London will co-host the gala charity sale of these unique special pieces at its New Bond Street premises on November 17th, 2009. The proceeds from the auction... [Lire la suite]
08 mars 2009

Annie Leibovitz hypothèque ses droits d’auteur sur l’ensemble de son oeuvre

Annie Leibovitz NEW YORK – Pour garantir un prêt de 15,5 millions de dollars, Annie Leibovitz a hypothéqué ses droits sur toutes ses photographies, négatifs et contrats inclus. Annie Leibovitz, dont les clients les plus importants sont Walt Disney et le magazine Vanity Fair, est sans doute l’une des photographes les plus demandées aujourd’hui. Elle connaît toutefois des difficultés financières. Au cours des derniers mois, elle a emprunté 15,5 millions de dollars auprès d’Art Capital Group.Pour cautionner ce prêt, la... [Lire la suite]
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