Saturday, September 12, 2009

Leibovitz Granted Extension

In a 13th-hour agreement on Friday, the photographer Annie Leibovitz avoided having to give up her homes and her artistic property to the finance company that had lent her $24 million. But all she may have won is time.

The Art Capital Group, which specializes in loans secured by artwork, had given Ms. Leibovitz a $24 million one-year loan that was due on Tuesday. As collateral, she pledged the rights to all of her intellectual property, including her photographs, as well as three adjoining town houses in Greenwich Village and a home in Rhinebeck, N.Y.

On Friday, three days after the deadline, Ms. Leibovitz and Art Capital announced that they had reached an agreement on a loan extension.

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1 comment:

Fred said...

And what exactly did Ms. Leibovitz do with the $24 mill they gave her? Hopefully she wasn't hanging out with a certain former R&B power couple that seemed to be a 10-year drug binge!