Monday, February 25, 2008
Vanity Fair Portraits at National Portrait Gallery
Hard to get tickets (You have to book before you go). Hard to see the pieces (There's always someone at your front and you can't read the credits. I've never been to such a busy exhibition before). Except for that, it really worths the 8 pounds concession (18 if you are not student) to see the portraits of the most famous celebrity magazine in the world, since the days of James Joyce, Einstein, Man Ray, Charles Chaplin and Miles David until the days of Lady Di, Gisele Bunchen,Madonna, Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts. Highlights for Annie Leibovitz and Mario Testino. Nothing more obvious.