Vanity Fair Hires Black Photographer to Shoot the Cover for the First Time Ever
In the midst of the controversy surrounding the recent VOGUE cover featuring shot by Annie Leibovitz, Vanity Fair is tackling the issue head on: the magazine’s latest cover, featuring actress Viola Davis, was shot a black photographer for the first time in the magazine’s 35-year history.
The cover and cover story was revealed earlier today, and the entire feature—from the profile of Davis, to the Editor’s letter that accompanied the issue, to the cover shot by photographer Dario Calmese—tackles issues of representation and systemic racism within the magazine world and beyond.
Davis addresses this directly in her profile:
They’ve [Vanity Fair] had a problem in the past with putting Black women on the covers. But that’s a lot of magazines, that’s a lot of beauty…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by <a href="https://petapixel.com/author/dlcade/">DL Cade</a>
Read Full Article
This Content is Generated from RSS Feeds, if your content is featured and you would like to be removed, please Contact Us With your website address and name of site you wish to be removed from.
You can control what content is distributed in your RSS Feed by using your Website Editor.