Since her early days at Rolling Stone, the legendary Annie Leibovitz has become established as the foremost American photographer of celebrities and entertainers. Her works is surprising, dynamic and memorable – and has also documented America ’s cultural and social landscape. Join her as she tells The New Yorker’s Adam Gopnik about her work with a fascinating range of people and how she finds the inspiration for her iconic images. Both Leibovitz and Gopnik are Chevaliers, winners of the prestigious French Legion of Honor, Order of Arts and Letters Award, granted to distinguished artists and cultural leaders around the world. This talk is part of our ongoing series, co-presented with the French Consulate, of Conversations with Chevaliers.