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Annie Leibovitz's Photos of Graceland Featured in New Exhibition

September 25, 2012



Music lovers and Elvis admirers can see rare photos of Graceland in a new exhibit featuring legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz's Pilgrimage project. Other photos on display include her Master Set and famous photos taken while on assignment for Rolling Stone magazine.

The exhibition will be open until December 30, 2012, at the Wexner Center for the Arts. Fans can learn more about the exhibition and purchase tickets at Wexarts.org

As part of Leibovitz's Pilgrimage project, she captured Elvis' life from his childhood home in Tupelo, MS to the legendary Graceland mansion in Memphis. Photos include shots from inside the mansion as well as a rare glimpse of the front entrance at dusk. Other photos featured are his 1957 black Harley Davidson, photos inside his childhood home, the Meditation Garden, Graceland artifacts and more.

The Pilgrimage project featured a series of photographs of interiors, landscapes, and objects attached to historical figures such as Elvis, Abraham Lincoln, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Emily Dickinson, among others.

View her entire collection of famous photographs by visiting the new exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts. Also, plan your own trip to Graceland with our free online trip planner.