So it's disturbing that her artwork, frequently featured in Vanity Fair magazine, is being batted about by lawyers in a loan dispute. According to news reports, Leibovitz put up the rights to thousands of photographs (and three magnificant homes) in return for a $24 million loan from Art Capital Group. The lender sued her in July, claiming she had breached their agreement. Yesterday, a deadline in the dispute, both sides were said to be working on a potential settlement.
Let's hope they can find some middle ground, to keep her images from ending up in an auction house.