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Annie Leibovitz Exhibition at Bayview Correctional
From November 18th to December 11th, we are honored to host the Annie Leibovitz exhibition: WOMEN: New Portraits, at Bayview Correctional Facility, home of the future Women's Building.
From left to right: (activists for formerly incarcerated women) Miyhosi Benton, Mary Johnson, Iris Bowen and Annie Leibovitz, Gloria Steinem, Lela Goren, Anna Wintour.
We are deeply honored that Annie Leibovitz selected the future home of The Women's Building for her New York exhibition of Women: New Portraits.
When The Women's Building was first conceived, we knew it was a necessity. Now, with the sudden shift in the national dialogue, our work has become ever more important, it’s become a rallying cry. Annie's photos are such a powerful statement in this pivotal moment. We are honored that The Women's Building is a part of this story.