"I grew up in the New Jersey suburbs of New York City, a daughter of Iranian immigrants. Through my art, I selectively choose the aspects of each culture I want to inherit, on my own terms. The negotiation of cultures in my work reflects the first-generation American experience. The Persian-Islami
Sally Mann is an American photographer living and working in the South of the US. Much of her photography is leashed to her family's land in Virginia, though her bodies of work are explorations throughout the South.
Mann has explored topics ranging from youth, landscape, death, decay, and geography.
Fashion is the dark horse of the art world; the sartorial arts are often seen as a frivilous, and less important medium for artistic expression. I think these views are completely ridiculous! Fashion occupies a special place in which art, beauty and commerce are intertwined in complex ways. What p