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A scene from Annie Leibovitz's current Wexner Center exhibition. On Friday, Nov. 9, renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz will speak with her longtime friend and creative collaborator Jann S. Wenner, founder and editor of "Rolling Stone" magazine, in the Wexner Center's Mershon Auditorium. The two pop cultural powerhouses will discuss their roles interpreting, dissecting and presenting American history.The lecture will be held the day before Leibovitz accepts the 14th Wexner Prize, which recognizes an artist "whose work reflects exceptional innovation and the highest standards of artistic quality and integrity." For details and ticket information ($20 for the general public), go here.