Jennifer Lawrence is on not one, but rather four September Vogue covers. Every one is a show-stopper, however one is an artistic expression not regularly utilized by a cutting edge form mag.
The notable shiny went hard and fast for its exceptionally expected 125th commemoration by appointing a few of the world’s most gifted picture takers ― and one celebrated painter ― to catch its cover star.
She never does this: lounge around, watch the fire, don’t quite a bit of anything.
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At 26, Lawrence is now a standout amongst the best and commended performers on the planet. She’s a four-time Oscar chosen one and Best Actress champ (Silver Linings Playbook) who at the same time manufactured a history-production establishment (The Hunger Games) while costarring in another (X-Men).
Next March, she’ll be found in Red Sparrow, an activity thriller she made with her companion and Hunger Games executive Francis Lawrence (no connection): In the film, Lawrence is a ballet dancer drafted into a Russian spy organization (newsy!) who begins to look all starry eyed at a CIA operator played by Joel Edgerton. Before that, in September, there’s the covered in-mystery Mother!— a visit de drive from Darren Aronofsky, the filmmaking auteur and Lawrence’s beau of the previous year.
For our September issue, we commissioned artist John Currin to create a portrait of #JenniferLawrence for one of her four covers. Tap the link in our bio to see all four, and pick up your copy on @amazon. Cover by John Currin. "Untitled," 2017. Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm). © John Currin. Photography by Rob McKeever. Courtesy @gagosiangallery. #Vogue125
At the point when asked by questioner Jason Gay who might get the opportunity to keep the artwork, Lawrence considered out loud how to try and approach requesting it. “Who else would need it?” she pondered. (Uh, presumably many people, J. Law).
Lawrence likewise postured with steeds and the Statue of Liberty for other stunning pictures in the issue, which were shot by Annie Leibowitz, Bruce Weber, and Inez and Vindooh. Look at the whole meeting on Vogue.com or when it hits magazine kiosks Aug. 22.