Pilgrimage: Annie Leibovitz's America

Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz discusses her new book, Pilgrimage, and her journey through this country taking photographs of American pilgrimage sights, and takes your calls on your own pilgrimage list.

EVENT: Q & A, Slide Show, and Signing November 9, 7:00 PM at the Union Square Barnes & Noble (33 East 17th Street)

Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
Emily Dickinson's only surviving dress
Emily Dickinson's only surviving dress ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
Old props from Martha Graham's studio, are storied in a warehouse in Yonkers. The iron gates to the old studio lean against a back wall.
Old props from Martha Graham's studio, are storied in a warehouse in Yonkers. The iron gates to the old studio lean against a back wall. ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
Sigmund Freud's couch in his study at 20 Maresfield Gardens in London
Sigmund Freud's couch in his study at 20 Maresfield Gardens in London ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
Ansel Adams moved to a house near the ocean in Carmel, California, in 1962. He worked in his state-of-the-art darkroom there during the last years of his life. The walls were painted black.
Ansel Adams moved to a house near the ocean in Carmel, California, in 1962. He worked in his state-of-the-art darkroom there during the last years of his life. The walls were painted black. ( © Annie Leibovitz. From “Pilgrimage” (Random House, 2011) )
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