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Leibovitz was able to produce some of the most intimate and revealing portraits that had ever been seen of the band at that time.Among the idiosyncratic images of the band that Leibovitz captured are a photograph of Mick Jagger in an elevator, wearing a bath robe with a towel wrapped around his head, and another of Keith Richards slumped drunkenly against the outside of a closed hotel room door. A photograph of Metallica's James Hetfield from 2011 further showcases her knack for capturing movement.As a result, Larsson appears to be playing the guitar beside a blue version of himself.While most of her subjects seem to be isolated, one photograph from a Bjork concert in 2013 incorporates parts of the audience.
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