Annie Leibovitz Exhibition Displays Her Favorite Photographs, From Demi Moore to the Obamas

Some of Leibovitz's featured prints.

Annie Leibovitz pulls her lifetime of iconic photographs into a special 156-print exhibition.

The 'Annie Leibovitz: Master Set,' at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio until December 30, marks the legendary photographer's 40 years of work, featured in every major magazine, from Rolling Stone to Vanity Fair and Vogue.

'Each photograph is kind of a landmark for me or a moment or a place, or represents not only someplace in cultural history but also in photography for me,' Leibovitz told Business Week.

From John Lennon clinging naked to Yoko Ono, the nude and pregnant Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg in a bathtub of milk, Leibovitz has a unique ability to capture a delicate blend of vulnerability and strength within some of the world's most famous faces.

Getting an inside look into the lives of the celebrities, athletes, and politicians, Leibovitz's talent has touched everyone from Mick Jagger and Miles Davis to the Obamas and Queen Elizabeth II, getting her fair share of today's pop stars with magazine covers featuring everyone from Rihanna and Lady Gaga to the reality powerhouse that is the Kardashian klan.

'You see the history of my adventure in photography through the work,' Leibovitz said. 'It's a very eclectic, I'd have to say even an uneven, set. It's not cohesive and smooth, it's kind of erratic.'